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Weekly Amazon Spam: Anyone familiar with these books?

Discussion in 'Books & Literature' started by BIV, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. BIV

    BIV I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.

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    whiskeyguy PR representative for Drunk Whiskeyguy.

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    Don't know any of those. I get an email every day with a list of that day's free books on Amazon... usually pick up 2-5 so now I have a virtual library I'll probably never get a chance to read.
     
  3. BIV

    BIV I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.

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    You got a link?
     
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    whiskeyguy PR representative for Drunk Whiskeyguy.

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    This one lists everything they can find, takes some time sorting through them:

    http://efreebooks.org/

    This site has a more refined selection of the better offerings. It use to send you emails with direct links to Amazon, but I think they realized that drove traffic away, so now the emails link back to this page. You'll notice at the top there are four or five links to pages every day, based on when the books are listed. This is the one I've used lately:

    http://ebookshabit.com/
     
  5. transit grinder

    transit grinder Baglin' with the Sex

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    Thanks for those links. Scored Little Nemo's Sleigh Ride which looks to be the most challenging read this side of See Spot Run, but Little Nemo rules.

    Looks like there's quite a lot of free stuff out there.
     
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    If you start grabbing a lot of the free books, send them to your Kindle Cloud reader... that way they don't take up space on your kindle until you actually want to read them (if that day ever comes).

    Just took a look, I have 378 books I got for free saved to my Amazon account.
     

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