3 Websites For Free Books

Readers, I'm going to list 3 websites where you can find free books listed. So get your mouse ready to click.

Writers, if you have a book that's free, I'll give you the details on how to get your book listed on these 3 websites.

Media Bistro App News & Reviews

The Editors of Media Bistro pick a few free eBooks every week.

Readers, the best way to keep up with these books is to subscribe.

Authors, to submit your book, email your pitch to appnewser at mediabistro dot com.

Books On The Knob

This website offers bargain books, free ebooks, and book reviews for Kindle, Nook, Kobo, Sony, and other ereaders and tablets. They also offer games, music, technology and computers occasionally.

Readers, there are a lot of books listed and they range from cookbooks to erotica. There's something for everyone.

Authors, visit the Subscribe/About/Contact page and scroll down to "Authors and Publishers" to find out how to get featured.

Digital Book Today

Readers, this website is all about Kindle. Thrifty Thursday is when they feature the Top 100 Kindle Books to Download for Free.

Authors, they offer free and paid promotion opportunities. Visit Join Our Team to learn more. Scroll down to #12 to get your free book on their free books list.

Takeaway Truth

It's easy to feed the reading habit -- and discover new authors to love -- when books are free.


  1. Hi!

    I'm the editor for the Books section on Before It's News, and I came across your website. 

    We'd love to republish your RSS feed on our site, with a link back to your website. You'd benefit from having some of our millions of readers see your posts and go through to your blog.

    Also, authors are invited to post book excerpts on our website .

    Let me know if either one sounds like something you're interested in!

    Best regards,
    Sebastian Clouth

  2. Hello, Sebastian. Welcome to SlingWords. I'll email you about your request.

    Best wishes,
    Joan Reeves

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