Free ebooks through BookBub

I love free ebooks.  I download them all to my Kindle Fire whenever I see them if I think there is a remote chance I might want to read it someday.  There is a web site called BookBub and they will alert you to free ebooks for your Kindle or Nook or Apple’s iBookstore if you sign-up to receive the daily email.  The great thing about the free Kindle books from Amazon is that you do not actually have to have a Kindle to read them.  You can download Kindle for PC and download them to read on your computer or if you ever get a Kindle, they will be in your Kindle account.  You can loan some of the Kindle titles to other friends as well if the item is a shareable book.  This is from the BookBub web site: 

BookBub is a free daily email that notifies you about deep discounts on acclaimed ebooks. You choose the types you’d like to get notified about — with categories ranging from mysteries to cookbooks — and we send great deals in those genres to your inbox.

BookBub doesn’t actually sell books. We simply alert you by email to fantastic limited-time offers that become available on retailers like Amazon’s Kindle store, Barnes & Noble’s Nook store, Apple’s iBookstore, and others. Book publishers offer deals at these sites for promotional purposes, and our staff works with them to determine the best ones to feature to our members. 

BookBub features ebooks ranging from top-tier publishers to critically acclaimed independent authors. Our team of experts makes sure that we’re only featuring great deals on quality books that you’ll love.

To learn more about BookBub, you can visit their web site here:  http://www.bookbub.com/home/.

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