There are a lot of resources for finding free Kindle e-books. Amazon itself has some good resources for finding them.
Here’s a listing of 26 places to find free Kindle e-books.
Here’s Amazon’s listing of the top 100 free e-books.
There are library resources where you can borrow Kindle e-books as well as the Kindle lending library and the Amazon Prime lending library. But for purposes of this thread, I’m just asking about “buying” and not borrowing from a library.
That’s just for starters. There are so many resources out there to find free Kindle e-books.
Depending on the source, the e-books might just be long ads or new writers trying to get an audience. A good deal of the time, the English is horrible. It pays to read the reviews before going through the process of “paying”. It probably wouldn’t be reasonable to expect too many blockbusters in the bunch, although sometimes there are freebies from a publisher to get an audience hooked on a series for the next installment to get released. Sometimes, although rarely, there’s a gem in the chaff.
Sometimes I just go to the freebies list just to see what titles are out there to see what people are reading. The download doesn’t often match the title. But it just takes a minute to find that out.
Do you ever “buy” free Kindle e-books?