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Where to Get Books

Books in print, audiobooks, e-books � here is where you can buy literary fiction online, or download it free.

Amazon Kindle star
What on earth is a Kindle you ask? It is the wireless reading device Amazon unveiled last year to encourage more electronic book (ebook) reading. When I first received my notice about it my interest was peaked since I read my ebooks from my laptop.

Barnes and Noble Online star
The first walk-in store opened in New York City in 1917. The Barnes & Noble website is owned by Barnes & Noble, Inc and they have over 800 walk-in stores which can offer "over 1 million titles" of books, music DVDs, video games, and gifts. Because

Booksfree star
Booksfree has 140,000 titles (120,000 books and 20,000 audiobooks) to choose from, from classics to new releases. When you register you create a list of books you would like to read. Depending on the membership plan you have you will be sent a certain

Ebay Book Browsing star
One of my favourite places to look for used and new books is ebay. I often go there for out of print books or to help my friend Lana fill her latest book craving (right now shes addicted to Lora Leigh) at bargain basement prices.

eBooks.com star
With the amount of time we already spend on the computer it seems like a natural step in the evolution of technology that we will spend more time reading novels either on a PC or with another reading device. With the improved technology of reading

First Book star
First Book claims there is a literary crisis in the United States. One of the main reasons for this is the lack of variety of literary resources available for young readers and the lack of funding to do anything about it. Since 1992

GirlEbooks star
I came across this cute little site yesterday with the tag line "free ebooks by the gals" and I was instantly enamored. The site was started and is run by Laura McDonald who says shes "finally making use of her BA in English she got 10

Indie Bound star
A marketing campaign in America uniting independent bookstores under one roof via the wonderful technology of the internet. Their weekly list is based on in-store sales from hundreds of independent bookstores across America and is updated weekly on...

LibriVox star
The LibriVox site just celebrated their third year in production. The site is completely run by volunteers as a non-commercial project.

Publishers Weekly star
This 100+ year old print publishing magazine is an industry leader in providing trends, news and reviews of pretty much everything to do with book publishing. The last couple years they have expanded their reach to include the internet.

Random House, Inc. star
To say that Random House is one of the largest trade book publishers is really an understatement. This publishing giant has an international presence because of their reputation, past acquisitions and mergers with a number of large publishing

Room of Ones Own Feminist Bookstore star[offsite link]
A Madison, WI bookstore that specializes in womens literature, and offers a wide selection of fiction, nonfiction, periodicals, music, posters, and t-shirts for and by women. They also have a non-sexist childrens section and stock up-to-date titles in lesbian and gay studies, bisexual and transgender issues, gender studies as well as lesbian and gay male fiction.

The Literature Network star[offsite link]
Designed for the "student, educator or enthusiast," this directory houses over 300 full books and over 1000 short stories. Some are rediculous in nature but there are many classics. You can search at a glance through their author index.

Why We Read What We Read - Review star
Using the bestsellers lists from Publishers Weekly and USA Today (1993 - 2003) the authors read all the books we were buying and devised an opinion on what type of readers buy what books. They looked at four categories: hardcover fiction, hardcover

Written Voices Podcasts star
Imagine being able to hear your favourite authors talk about their life and books in the privacy and comfort of your own home. Thanks to the modern age of technology and the Internet you can. Some of you may be familiar with audio broadcasts over the Internet

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