Free Kindle Books

If Santa left an Amazon Kindle under your tree, here are some sites where you download free eBooks.

Free eBooks at Amazon: these include classics that are out of copyright, and limited-time promotional ebooks.

Jungle Search: provides a price range search at Amazon, so, for example, you can look for books less than $5.00 or even less than $1.99. Very cool!

Feedbooks: a mix of books for sale and free books from new authors, as well as public-domain classics. Of particular note is the Kindle Download Guide that is a catalog of available books. Simply download the Guide to your Kindle, and you can click your way through it, as it has links to the actual books. More than 29,000 free books offers ebooks from Project Gutenberg that have been converted to either MOBI or PRC format

Here’s an article and a demo video on how to convert Google Books to Kindle. Because of the conversion step, I wouldn’t start here, since many of these books are already available in a Kindle friendly format from other sources.

And, if that’s not enough, here’s an article from ReaderReview that list 29 sources for free (and low-cost) Kindle books.



  1. says

    Thank you for putting this list together, this is great! I finally started using the Kindle so I bookmarked this list!

  2. barbara says

    I just keep finding more goodies! I just found a URL for discounted Amazon Kindle books in the $1 to $5 price range. I don’t know how long the sale will last, but quite a few of my recent favorites are for sale for five bucks! These include: Water for Elephants, Cutting for Stone, and Hotel on the Corner of Bitter & Sweet. Get them while you can:

  3. barbara says

    I just found a book that I read a few months ago, now on the free promo list at Amazon. I give it 4/5 stars if you like romance novels. Crossroads Cafe by Deborah Smith.