Amazon has its own page displaying the top free ebooks.
Just head to the Amazon Best Sellers page and click Top 100 Free.
If there's anything you like, grab it fast, because it might not be there for long.
Some independent blogs carry free ebooks daily.
For instance, Pixel of Ink is always on the hunt for new free ebooks.
The blog also shares good deals on price cut books, and includes a description for every title.
Here's something you might have missed, some Kindle books are actually lendable.
So you can borrow them from friends and vice-versa.
To loan a book, head to the ebooks page.
A link to loan this book will be available at the top if the title qualifies.
And finally, it's free to check out e-books from your local library and get them delivered straight to your Kindle.
For the step by step tutorial, head on over to cnet.com.
In San Francisco, I'm Sharon Profis, cnet.com for CBS News.
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