Sunday, September 12, 2010

Free Ebooks Download - Do you want some?

My last post on Ebooks for Beginners covered the reasons to read an ebook. My next post highlighted Baen publishing, one great resource to discover ebooks.
Today, I'd like to give you three free ebooks to read. Click any one of the below books for a free download.

1) Scott Adams
Click Below to Download the PDF:
God's Debris or from another source here
The Creator of Dilbert, Scott Adams, has this to say about his book -  "It's a religion/science book written by a cartoonist, using hypnosis techniques in the writing. It's a thought experiment. It's unlike anything you've ever read."

2) Paul Carr
Click Below to Download the PDF:
Bringing Nothing To The Party - True Confessions Of A New Media Whore
A TechCrunch writer, ( his ebook is free for download by the CCL. His website is
Quick Review - Paul has a quirky, self-deprecating style of humour that permeates this book. I hesitate to call this an autobiography as the book also gives you a timeline of how publishing and journalism has evolved. A good read.

3) Seth Godin
Click Below to download the PDF:
The EBook has over 70 ideas from 70 important thinkers - Tim O' Reilly, Ariana Huffington to name two. Seth's blog post on the free ebook, including the new updated Part 2 is here

All these PDFs are DRM free, and available for free download.
Finally, a shoutout to Cory Doctorow, the pioneer of Free.
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  1. Hey Deepali,

    I'm a late hopper.

    Your's is the first book blog i've seen focused specifically on ebooks. That's such a unique role in the blogosphere. I've bookmarked you and I look forward to your posts.

  2. Hi Mayowa! Thank you for coming by :) I hope you enjoy my posts - there are a bunch on ebooks (most can be found using the Pages up top).
    Will visit you back and comment..

  3. Great post, Deepali! Who doesn't love freebies? ;)

    I assume you have Kindle? Is it a good ereader? I don't have one, and sometimes it makes reading a little bit of a headache for me.

    But would you recommend that I buy the Kindle?

    Many thanks,
    ●▬▬▬๑۩Tina @ Book Couture۩๑▬▬▬●

  4. @Tina - Thanks! Would definitely recommend the Kindle, over the other e-readers..
    Will come over and have a chat on your site.

    @Petty - Welcome

  5. Hi Deepali. Thanks for being interested on my Traveling Project update. Unfortunately, there has not been enough interest for me to continue posting about it. However, please e-mail me at aronebur at g mail dot com, so I can send you a free book from the Book Depository just to thank you for signing up!!!
    a thousand Books with Quotes

  6. Hi Dee,

    Thanks for stopping by. I enjoyed your post on Medieval copyright Protection.

    As to my BookZone theme? I purchased a yearly membership from Glad you liked it.

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend!


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