Top Ten Tuesday/ Bookish Sources

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by thatartsyreadergirl with a new topic every week.

October 19: Online Resources for Book Lovers (what websites, podcasts, apps, etc., do you use that make your reading life better?)

The plan is to share some sites where you can find free books, like the online library I use and a couple of book bloggers you should go follow, and I might go on the hunt for blogs to follow.

Library Genesis is the site that I go to; if the book I’m looking for, I can’t find it anywhere. The books come in epub format, and I found it to be great when I look for school books from my sister.  All books on it are free. The con to this site is that it might take longer to find new releases on there.

OceanofPDF has some fantastic novels from every genre that you can think of, and something else I like is you can download books in both PDF and Epub. Having a PDF version is cool because I can’t open Epub on Microsoft edge. The con side to it is that the time they uploaded new books on there was July 3rd.

Mobilism.org is the source I go to for new releases, audiobooks and comics. The site is free, but it needs an account; therefore, an email and a password.

Archive.org is an online library that I search books on when I can’t find them anyway else. Again, you need an account but no need for a library card. However, the downside to it is that you only borrow the book hourly.

BookBub - Wikipedia

I think Bookbub is a site that every bookworm knows about, but I added it to the list just in case.

I think Bookbub is a site that every bookworm knows about, but I added it to the list just in case.

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Not everyone knows this, but Amazon has some free ebooks every day that authors offer, and it works because I have read series this way.

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I use Calibre to convert my EPUB copies to PDF since, as I said above, Microsoft Edge doesn’t open EPUB. Plus, it’s something you can download for free.

Believe it or not, I use the OneDrive app on my laptop to listen to audiobooks since it has a function where you can speed up your read.

Which Booktube Channel Should You Watch? | Quiz

Booktube and book blogs are excellent sources for book recommendations and content.

All the images from google or the sites I linked.

Alex

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