Welcome to here’s the thing, your source for practical tips, advice, and how-tos about the gadgets you use each day. Most of these free e-books are older, often classic titles in the public domain or otherwise out of copyright, although plenty of contemporary authors are offering their digital books for free. Our first stop, unsurprisingly, is Amazon—specifically, Amazon’s list of Kindle bestsellers, which includes a list of the top 100 free Kindle books.
Next up: Project Gutenberg, a searchable directory of tens of thousands of free e-books, including a treasure trove of out-of-copyright masterworks. Also handy: Open Library, a handsomely designed site that seeks to catalog each and every book ever written—talk about ambitious. I’m also a fan of Freekooksy, a blog that highlights a different (and mostly contemporary) free e-book each day, including limited-time giveaways by notable authors. The good news is that most of the free e-book sites listed above will make it perfectly clear whether there’s a Kindle-compatible version of a specific title—and if there is a specific Kindle version, you should download it first.
Specifically, the main file formats you’ll see associated with Kindle e-readers are AZW, MOBI, and PRC.
TXT and PDF files, meanwhile, are also compatible with your Kindle, although you may have to do without features like a table of contents (often the case with TXT files) or the ability to easily change font sizes (for PDFs).
Don't miss my latest FREE Kindle Fire Tips, news,articles, giveaways, tutorials, and other goodies! Usually, books that are offered for free are done so by self-published authors who are trying to get the word out about their new book. If you'd like to see some of Amazon's Kindle Book Deals (for huge discounts on regularly priced books) head on over to my Kindle Fire Books page for links to several really great deals! Also, don't miss my tutorials on reading library books and listening to library audio books on your Kindle Fire.There are over 22,000 libraries and schools worldwide and they have FREE eBooks and eAudio books just waiting for you to download them onto your Kindle Fire.
If you're a little lost at this point and unsure what an RSS feed or reader is, that's okay. Next, select a Kindle book category in the left hand column; pick one that you are most interested in.

Now, here's where you'll have to decide if you want to see the general top 100 free books for the category you've selected or if you want to "drill down" into deeper sub-categories.If a category is really large, or you don't care for most of the sub categories, then it would be best to drill down, but if a category is more sparse, drilling down can give you less books in your final results. Now you can browse through the list until you find a free Kindle Fire book you're interested in.
Of course you can also subscribe to the other RSS feed to see the top 100 "Best Sellers" in the category you've chosen. Feedly has it's own app as well, so if you're interested in this RSS reader, be sure to check it out.
Leave a Comment:I love receiving your comments, but please read the notes below before posting. Remember, Amazon prices can change quickly, so be sure to double check the price before buying. Pretty nice, and yes, it’s free—although you will need a library card, plus a little patience in case the Kindle book you want is already checked out.
Just like a regular library book, the Kindle book you lent from the library will eventually expire.
The site also has a quick link to more than a million free e-books in a variety of Kindle-friendly formats. Check out A Kindle World for an exhaustive, frequently-updated treasure map of free e-books sites. AZW is the e-book format used by Amazon for copy-protected Kindle books, while MOBI and PRC are more common for free e-books.
Well, you can always download an e-book to your desktop and e-mail it to your Kindle—assuming it’s in the right file format, of course. In exchange, most authors would greatly appreciate receiving an honest review about their book.
Just select the title and it will take you to that book's page on Amazon where you can then download it and begin to read it on your tablet.It really is that simple! It's a great way to see other wonderful books you'd love to read and wouldn't mind paying for.You can create folders to organize all your feeds if you want to keep a section for free Kindle Fire books and one for paid ebooks.Most Kindle Fire book lists on Amazon have RSS feeds at the bottom of their page too, so have fun finding and adding all kinds of book lists to your RSS reader!

Amazon's RSS feeds are updated hourly but a book's time period of being offered for free can expire (and often does) in between updates.Thus, you will sometimes see a book on your list with an actual price. Check out all the Kindle Daily Deals and this month’s batch of 100 books for $3.99 or less!  Don’t have a Kindle? You can still read your FREEBIES.
Also, one more thing: Amazon will keep track of any bookmarks or notes you made in your loaner Kindle book, and will restore them all in case you eventually decide to buy the book for yourself.
Fairly easy, actually, by subscribing to Amazon's RSS feeds for the top free books in my favorite subjects.
Well, I have several reasons, but the two biggest are: There's a small window of time in which Kindle books are listed for free. That's because I already have an article all about what RSS is and how to set it up on your Kindle Fire.
I find that checking my list daily is a great way to keep up and not miss out on any great gems while they're still free.
Click the "View X more" link at the bottom (if visible) to see all comments.If you're having trouble accessing my exclusive Kindle Fire articles, please email me directly instead of posting in these comments.Thanks for sharing! Sometimes you can even see it in your reader showing that it's free but when you click on the link, the page will show that the book is no longer free.So ALWAYS double check the price!
Find free Kindle Fire books and enjoy reading them, or visit my Kindle Fire Books page for other great deals and tips. As I said in my disclaimer at the top of this page, I cannot be held accountable if you accidentally pay for a product you thought was free.
Believe me, you're gonna love it once you understand what it is and try it out for yourself.) It's simple to setup and worth the bit of effort it takes. You'll forever enjoy the reward of instantly seeing the hottest free books from Amazon right on your Kindle Fire, as well as seeing what's new on your favorite blogs and websites- like this one!When you're done, be sure to come right back.

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