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kindle web sitesSeeing how Amazon is probably launching their new reader/tablet device in the next couple of months and recently produced their ingenious Cloud Reader The Amazon Cloud Reader - A Web App For Your Kindle Books The Amazon Cloud Reader - A Web App For Your Kindle Books Amazon has recently released another version of its e-book reader called Kindle Cloud Reader. Unlike the iOS mobile Kindle app, the Cloud Reader is HTML 5 web-based in which Amazon members can access all of... Read More , the Kindle is a hot topic The Kindle Vs. The Sony Reader – A Head-to-Head Comparison The Kindle Vs. The Sony Reader – A Head-to-Head Comparison Although it will still be some time before eReaders largely replace books, they’re certainly a successful new gadget. Over the past few years they’ve become both better to use and much more affordable, so much... Read More for a lot of people.

Even after a multitude of other tablets have surfaced after its birth, the Kindle remains a great e-book reader gadget and of course, still packs a lot of potential for reading enthusiasts. Don’t believe me? Just take a look at the number of blogs, services and tools dedicated to squeezing the most out of your Kindle, a bunch of which we will list up next.

First, for those that have recently acquired their new Kindle, a good starting point would be this article How To Download Free Amazon Kindle eBooks To Your PC How To Download Free Amazon Kindle eBooks To Your PC Read More on how to download e-books from Amazon to your PC (or this Reading Ebooks on the iPad With iBooks & Amazon Kindle [Mac] Reading Ebooks on the iPad With iBooks & Amazon Kindle [Mac] Read More one How To Use The Amazon Kindle Reader For The iPhone & iPod Touch How To Use The Amazon Kindle Reader For The iPhone & iPod Touch Read More if you own a Mac).

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Next, you can browse Amazon’s Free eBook collection, Project Gutenberg (one of the ultimate public domain e-book libraries The Best 6 Sites to Get Free Ebooks The Best 6 Sites to Get Free Ebooks If you're a voracious reader, buying ebook after ebook can burn a huge hole in your wallet. Thankfully, there are plenty of websites offering free ebooks, and these are the best. Read More ), the Internet Archive, and the other sites 5 Websites Other Than Amazon to Find Great Kindle Books 5 Websites Other Than Amazon to Find Great Kindle Books With the availability of so many free or affordable e-reader programs and devices for both Mac, PC, and mobile device users, you can find some good free ebooks - especially classical literature - to download... Read More where you can find great Kindle books in the Classics category, though you may occasionally find contemporary free works as well.

Public domain books are well and dandy but if you fancy some other types of books, including modern literature and works, the following are a few noteworthy websites that are serve up daily doses of free or very cheap e-books.

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Sites With Free Or Heavily Discounted e-Books

I find that the following sites may offer you the same free e-books and offers occasionally, but sometimes they find different books available for free so it’d probably be wise to check all of them regularly.


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The link above leads to the results of a specific Amazon keyword search; it skips samplers, paid books, public domain or classic works, etc. This link is a goodie gathered by the good people at Pixel of Ink, which we discuss up next.

Pixel Of Ink

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Pixel of Ink is an extremely popular website that’s updated several times a day with free or cheap e-books. It’s probably one of the blogs you definitely want to keep an eye on since it’s a rich source of Kindle (and Nook!) steals and bargains. The website is easy to navigate on your computer as it allows you to browse books by genre and tag.

You can also subscribe to their daily email newsletter that lists the most recent free and bargain e-books, or check out their sister site, Inspired Reads that lists affordable Christian reads for the Kindle.


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This site does a few more things than other e-book bargain hunting sites. It actually provides price drop email alerts, has a Kindle-optimized web site, lets you know when your favorite books will be available on the Kindle AND it offers international support, which should make a lot of our readers happy. Their Kindle book search function can take a lot of parameters so users that have specific search criteria will likely find the advanced book search very helpful.

Books On The Knob

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This site has provided free/discounted e-book finds, occasional special offers, and deals for games and music on the Kindle (and to a lesser degree, Nook, Kobo and other readers ) on a daily basis since 2008.

There are many other blogs that update frequently with free e-books or great e-book deals – the Frugal eReader, Free (& Cheap) Reads, RandomizeMEKindle World, Kindle Nation Daily, I Love My Kindle, Free Ebook Deal, and Daily Cheap Reads.

And since we’re on the topic of saving money on e-books, don’t forget you can compare e-book prices in the Kindle, Nook and iBook book stores with Leatherbound - eBook Price Comparisons for the Kindle, Nook & iBookstore Leatherbound - eBook Price Comparisons for the Kindle, Nook & iBookstore Read More .

Ways To Send Long Articles To Your Kindle

If you’d like to see how you can read long-form articles from your favorite blogs on your Kindle, there are several options. You can use the feed aggregator service KindleFeeder, which delivers 12 of your selected blogs in Kindle-friendly views straight to your device if you have the free, non-premium service.

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You can also wirelessly get a selection of weekly articles hand-picked by DeliveReads How to Read Great Long-Form Articles on Your Kindle With Delivereads How to Read Great Long-Form Articles on Your Kindle With Delivereads I love my Kindle. Being able to read an endless variety of books on one slim device with a paper-like display makes me feel like I’m actually living in the future. But sometimes, a book... Read More .

To send articles to read later from your computer to your Kindle, you can use the Tinderizer bookmarklet to prepare and send yourself a Kindle-friendly view of an article, SendToReader if you own at least a Wi-Fi Kindle 3 model, or the popular Instapaper How To Use Calibre To Read Instapaper On Any E-Book Reader How To Use Calibre To Read Instapaper On Any E-Book Reader Read More and Read It Later Read Web Content On The Go With Read it Later Free [Android 2.1+] Read Web Content On The Go With Read it Later Free [Android 2.1+] There’s a famous Dilbert strip where Dilbert says "I can’t do my work because the Internet is too fascinating". If you’ve ever felt this way, perhaps Read it Later can find a place in your... Read More .

Lending Clubs

You can enable lending on your Kindle with the tips detailed in this post How To Loan Your Kindle E-Books To Other Amazon Members How To Loan Your Kindle E-Books To Other Amazon Members Read More , but you’ll possibly encounter more book choices if you join a lending club, such as the Kindle Lending Club or Lendle.

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Podcast: The Kindle Chronicles


The Kindle Chronicles weekly podcast discusses all things Kindle: news, interviews (with, for instance, the Kindle VP) tech tips, Amazon announcements, e-book deals, etc. A few interesting topics include how to publish your own e-books, and upcoming Amazon changes, like the Kindle Textbook Rental program.

Some Useful Tools

KindleToDo – To-Do List

The Kindle was never meant to replace your smartphone or agenda, but if you need to quickly scribble down some notes or a few to-do’s, there’s a website that makes this simple.


KindleToDo is a minimalistic website aimed at Kindle users that want to either create a simple to-do list, note or glance at a monthly calendar. The site will automatically save and load your to-do list or note on your next visit.

BookMonk & Kinstant – Customizable Startpage


As you can see in the screenshot, BookMonk allows you to create a simple startpage for your Kindle web browser from either your computer or on the Kindle itself. If you’re comfortable with the default links, you can navigate to the site from your Kindle and click on a Start Page link, which will prompt you to save the resulting text file with the links in a Start Page folder in your Kindle. Otherwise, use your computer to modify the links.


Kinstant is another start page website that you don’t actually have to save to your Kindle. You simply navigate to it on your Kindle’s browser and click on the links to a dozen or so Kindle-formatted blogs. You can also add the URLs of your favorite blogs, which will be automatically loaded next time you visit the site.

Mysteria – Get Alerts When Your Favorite Title Becomes Digitized

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Instead of constantly checking to see if your favorite book, movie or music item is available in digital form, give Mysteria a try. All you have to do is go through a simple signup, create a public wishlist on Amazon and that’s it!

If you know of additional noteworthy Kindle web sites, please let us know in the comments!

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  1. Gregory
    January 13, 2017 at 10:29 pm

    I'd like to add to the list a new site: Kind Kindle

  2. Susan
    March 11, 2016 at 4:40 pm

    BookBub has reduced price books for Kindle, Kobo and other readers.

  3. eBookBabe
    November 30, 2015 at 9:12 pm

    Try my new website for higher-quality titles -- I'm a librarian and only select books with professional reviews.

  4. Neil
    October 1, 2015 at 7:58 pm

    Kindlefeeder unfortunately stopped taking any registrations about 2 years ago (2013) and seem to be ignoring all communication from interested users.

  5. Progress Solomon
    September 9, 2015 at 5:04 am

    The Kindle Book self publish experience has been a very fun process for me. Do any of you guys have any suggestions on how to attract new readers to your new book?

    David H. Solomon , MBA

  6. Kevin Halloran
    August 31, 2015 at 5:27 pm

    If you are into free and cheap Christian eBooks, is a good go-to place. Their email list notifies you of freebies.

    • Mihir Patkar
      August 31, 2015 at 6:45 pm

      Nice one, Kevin! Thanks for the recommendation!

  7. sadye
    August 27, 2015 at 8:42 pm

    The Fussy Librarian, a reader matchmaking site, has a free ebooks page as well:

  8. elizabethculverwell
    July 24, 2015 at 1:09 am

    Great list! Love the Kindle Chronicles too! I also love which lets you import your kindle highlights and notes onto your laptop..also a nifty kindle website worth mentioning.

  9. James Jean-Pierre
    May 7, 2015 at 6:30 pm

    Love the list, thank you.

  10. Jim Liston
    April 26, 2015 at 2:09 pm has an updated listing of Kindle books available on Amazon.

  11. Jessica Cam W.
    October 18, 2011 at 10:37 pm

    That is a very handy search engine. Thanks for the suggestion!

  12. Jimmy
    October 18, 2011 at 9:02 pm

    Checked that.
    Excellent site.

  13. Jessica Cam W.
    October 8, 2011 at 5:10 pm

    Great find. Thanks!

  14. Aibek
    October 6, 2011 at 7:48 pm

    thank you

  15. Pyritesstar
    September 16, 2011 at 11:20 pm

    Great list will use it when i get the chance and also pass it to my epub friends

    • Jessica Cam W.
      October 8, 2011 at 5:13 pm

      We will appreciate that. Thank you!

  16. Jollymoon
    September 16, 2011 at 5:09 pm

    lovely list... free books forever... I shall never get out

    • Jessica Cam W.
      October 8, 2011 at 5:13 pm

      Haha, have fun reading! Just don't forget your duties/jobs! :)

  17. Ankur
    September 15, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    Useful links for book lovers 

  18. Leerabin
    September 15, 2011 at 10:59 am

    While I appreciate this list, I am tiring of this and similar articles always forcussing on Kindle. Although Kindle certainly remains a powerful force in the industry, the books issued in epub format (used by nook and other cutting-edge ereaders) is the industry standard and, unlike kindle books, are often available in non-proprietary format.

    • Jessica Cam W.
      September 15, 2011 at 10:30 pm

      That may be true, but Nook owners could well make use of this and similar posts because even though the sites mentioned on this article target Kindle owners in name, some of the ones with discounted e-books also list plenty of good deals for Nook owners as well. In particular, Pixel of Ink & Books on the Knob often indicate when they find e-books in epub format for Nook owners.

      • CoolHappyGuy
        September 16, 2011 at 6:04 pm


        I appreciate this reply.  I am torn between getting a Nook and a Kindle.  This article nudges me toward the Kindle.  However, this could benefit Nook owners as well.  Additionally, I think you can use Calibre to convert the Kindle format to ePub.

        • Jessica Cam W.
          October 8, 2011 at 5:12 pm

          Yes, Calibre is a lifesaver. Good luck with whatever device you decide to go with!

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