How To Download Free Kindle eBooks

How To Download Free Kindle eBooks

Kindle is quickly replacing the paperback and the hardback among avid readers, but did you know that you don’t even have to pay for some Kindle eBooks, you can get them for free, nothing, nada, zilch, zero – how about that then? “But how can I download some free Kindle eBooks?” I hear you ask, “And what can I have?” Hold on, too many questions, let’s look at this logically.

Books which are in the public domain, ie it’s been such a long time since they were published that copyright has lapsed, are available for free – now you won’t find many of the latest best sellers available for free (but if you’re lucky you could find some), but you will find hundreds of timeless classics – Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Beatrix Potter, Emily Bronte etc.

Where to Find Free Kindle eBooks to Download

Amazon is obviously the first place where you should go to check out which free eBooks they have available.  When you’re searching for which books are on offer, you simply go to the search by relevance and change the relevance default to”Sort by – Price: Low to High” – and there you have it, as if by magic a whole list of loads and loads of lovely eBooks which will cost $0.00. However, (there’s always a “however” isn’t there) – if you are downloading eBooks from outside the USA you might have to pay a $2 charge for a roaming, international download fee. Try changing your Kindle country to US to save the charge. 

There are other websites which also have Kindle eBooks available for free download.  Try taking a look at Google Books, FeedBooks, ManyBooks and Project Gutenberg for plenty more choices.