How to Find Infinite Free Kindle Books to Read
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1. BookBub

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BookBub offers free Kindle books in over 20 genres from mystery to romance to adventure. You can browse the wide selection easily and optionally sign up for email alerts when free and discounted books match your interests. If you or a friend has another ebook reader in addition to the Kindle, BookBub provides free ebooks for Nook, Apple iBooks, Google Play, and Kobo as well.

You can scour the selection of free Kindle books by using the direct link or by scrolling to the very bottom of the main BookBub page and clicking Free Kindle Books under Readers.

2. Free Kindle Books & Tips

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When you land on the Free Kindle Books & Tips website, you are greeted with the featured book of the day. You can then read more about it or scroll right below it for a link to free and bargain Kindle books. If you miss visiting the site on a particular day, you can still review the previous day’s deals, many of which may still be free.

If you are interested in snagging one of the free books, click the link and you will head right over to its page on Amazon. Free Kindle Books & Tips also lets you subscribe via email to receive updates.

3. DailyFreeBooks

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DailyFreeBooks displays a big variety of free Kindle books as soon as you arrive on the main page. What makes this site stand out is that you can use filters to find the exact types of books you want to read. You can narrow your results by genres like nonfiction, science fiction, reference, or history. In addition, you can apply filters for the page layout, sorting options, and number of books you want to see per page.

Like the other sites, DailyFreeBooks offers a daily email if you want to sign up. Plus, there is a handy search feature for a certain book and a section for those living in the U.K.

4. eBookDaily

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The eBookDaily website provides its daily selection of Kindle books grouped by genre. This is convenient if you have a favorite like fantasy, health, or spirituality. For more details about the book, just hover your mouse cursor over the cover image and review a brief description along with the author. Then, hit that Free Kindle Download button and head straight to Amazon to obtain your book.

If you see a book that a friend or family member might like, you can share it easily on Facebook, Twitter, or via email. And of course, you can sign up for a daily email for updates on the specific genres that interest you.

5. Kindle Buffet

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For both free and discounted Kindle books, take a look at Kindle Buffet. All of that day’s books are listed with their genre, author, cover, and a brief description. Just click on the book title and you will be directed to Amazon to grab it. You can also review book deals for previous days by hitting the Archive button at the top.

You can subscribe to receive a daily email with deals or to the Kindle Buffet RSS feed, both of which are also at the top of the main page.

6. Kindle Nation Daily

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Kindle Nation Daily is another good source for both free and bargain Kindle books. You can sort the list of current day’s books by bestsellers or review ratings, choose a specific genre, and even review the lending library How to Lend Kindle Books to Friends for Free How to Lend Kindle Books to Friends for Free Have friends who want to read more on the cheap? Amazon lets you freely loan any Kindle book to a friend for two weeks. Read More book selection. And, as you have probably guessed, you can sign up for a daily email.

7. eBookSoda

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Subscribe for deals delivered to your inbox and check out options for other readers like Nook US, Google Play, Kobo, Apple iBooks, and Smashwords.

8. Freebooksy

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Aside from having a catchy name, the Freebooksy site is a terrific spot for finding free and discounted Kindle books. The site is well-organized and offers ebooks for Nook, Kobo, and Apple iBooks in addition to Kindle. You can look through the current day’s freebies and bargains, browse by genre, and check out the series section if you are ready for a great new collection.

Freebooksy provides a search box for specific interests, authors, or titles, and an email for free books matching your reader and favorite genres.

9. Goodreads

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If you are a current Goodreads user, then you may not realize that there are lists of free Kindle books for you to browse through. You can look at lists for the Best Free Kindle Books, Best Free Kindle Ebooks for Children, and others for bargain Kindle books How to Get Great Deals on eBooks Using Goodreads How to Get Great Deals on eBooks Using Goodreads If you buy ebooks often, you'll love the new Goodreads Deals program that sends ebook deals straight to your email inbox. Read More . The easiest way to check these out is by selecting Browse from the top navigation bar and then Lists. In the list search box enter “Kindle” or “free Kindle” and then review the results in the Listopia section.

Just keep in mind that books on the lists may no longer be free, so be sure to double-check the price when you land on Amazon. While the other sites listed here provide up-to-date options right off the bat, Goodreads is convenient if you already use the site.

10. Amazon

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When you are browsing around Amazon or specifically the Kindle Store, it is easy to find the master list of freebies. Just type “Free Kindle Books” into the search box at the top, and boom, you have a huge selection of ebooks. You can narrow down the options with filters for the genre and even a subgenre from the left.

Click any book title for more information and snag it immediately. If you prefer to go directly to the source for your Kindle books, Amazon gives you a simple way to find those free ebooks.

Where Do You Find Free Kindle Books?

Each of these resources is super helpful in finding free Kindle books 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 that interest you the most. And what’s nice is that they take you straight over to Amazon to get your ebook. You don’t have to worry about third-party downloads — you can just click through to save money on some great reads.

Do you use any of the sites we have listed above? If so, which ones? Do you know of any other awesome websites your fellow readers could use to find free Kindle books? If so, please share it with us in the comments below!

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  1. mobileHman
    November 30, 2017 at 2:09 am

    A friend of mine told me about Hoopla. If you have a library card you can join this digital version of library stacks.

  2. Kescarte DeJudica
    November 24, 2017 at 6:28 am

    I recommend Library Genesis. It's a great website for e-books, though the format tends to be more e-pub file format.

  3. Catia
    November 20, 2017 at 5:05 pm

    I like to use My Book Cave to find free ebooks. The advantage to using sites like My Book Cave is that they vet the books for quality for you. If you go look through Amazon yourself, you have to sort through a lot of junk. Also, some authors/publishers also only discount their books to free for one or two days, so if you don't search through Amazon that day, you miss that book. These sites make sure you don't miss them.

  4. Gillian Holmes
    November 20, 2017 at 1:31 pm

    These all direct you back to Amazon, you may as well just search for free kindle books on Amazon and bypass the third party.

  5. Gaurav
    November 16, 2017 at 3:08 pm

    EreaderIQ. The best service for me. They send an email everyday for free and discounted books in your favorite genres.

  6. C Hawkins
    November 16, 2017 at 3:33 am

    One hundred free books.

  7. jake
    November 16, 2017 at 1:04 am

    I had tried a few of the solutions above (in the past) and found that the last one listed here, simply searching for "Free Kindle Books" on Amazon was far and away the best method. It's like a secret Amazon hack. It literally lists every free ebook with filtering by genre on the left-hand side.

    Hopefully Amazon doesn't remove the coding on this. It's been years since I read regularly (teh internets r too blame) and the free ebooks got me back into the habit slowly. A good way to disconnect too. I have since purchased two digital books as a result and considering an eInk.

  8. Rann Xeroxx
    November 15, 2017 at 9:55 pm

    MUD, you really need a way to allow users to flag other comments... for reasons O_o

    • Gillian Holmes
      November 20, 2017 at 1:33 pm

      Seconded.

  9. John
    November 15, 2017 at 7:10 pm

    I often check Project Gutenberg for free books. Over 50,000 free books in multiple formats and languages. New books are added almost daily. Project Gutenberg specializes in older books that are no longer copyrighted. You'll find all the classics and lots of fun, interesting reads here. They also have quite a few audiobooks as well. The site does have a dated appearance but its pretty easy to navigate and use.

  10. Rob Banks
    November 15, 2017 at 7:06 pm

    I got banned from Facebook. Didn't write "N*gger".

    Some white racist jerkoff said he was coming to kick my ass. I reported his comment and Facebook allowed it to stay.

    OK, bad enough, so I went along with it.

    I asked him, and I quote, "You? You're a fat little white boy"

    BANNED.
    It's time to realize Facebook is a racist org. Time to take action against Facebook.

    Facebook is no longer controlled by a college student. It's now run by white racists in the corporate world.

    We must get revenge.

    • Jimmy.
      November 21, 2017 at 12:25 am

      A stupid comment in a childish argument that has no place here.

    • Pete
      November 21, 2017 at 9:33 am

      How very sad you are.