Wednesday 29 December 2010


The Archive points you in the direction of some great free content to fill up those eReaders - Feedbooks is one of the better websites offering public domain books, not only because of its list of contents but also the excellent job of formatting the site offers. Once a title is selected there are options of receiving the books in ePub, Kindle, PDF or custom PDF.

The western category is packed with books from Max Brand, Clarence Mulford, Mark Twain and Robert E. Howard - all are excellently sourced and formatted.

Find Feedbooks HERE - if you want to purchase any of the paid for titles you will need to register but there is no need for registration to obtain public domain titles. And once you've looked at the westerns, take a look at the other public domain genres. I was especially pleased to find, among classics from the likes of H G Wells, Lovecraft and Jules Verne, several DR Who titles from the likes of Paul Cornell and Mark Gatiss.


David Cranmer said...

I will check the link out. It sounds to good to be true as they say.

Neil A. Waring said...

I took a look at the site and will give it a try --thanks for the info.


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