More Free eBooks!

August 7th, 2020

Tired of binge-watching Netflix? Here are some web sites with Free eBooks to help pass the time while social distancing and to stock your eLibrary. You’ll find a wide selection of classics, contemporary and non-fiction titles. Bookmark these pages. This has become my favorite with thousands of free titles in a wide variety of trouble-free formats. Just what it says.  A huge selection.

Project Gutenberg  Their mission statement: to encourage the creation and distribution of eBooks. Too many titles to count…

G. Wells Taylor has several FREE and/or affordable titles/sequels that are receiving great reviews at Multiple formats available.

Smashwords offers a long list of FREE eBook titles in formats to suit your new eBook reader.

Tablets See Explosive Sales Due to COVID

August 5th, 2020

GoodeReader posted about the explosive sales reported on tablets during the COVID pandemic. All that working from home is bound to translate to new eBook Readers, too.

Penguin Extends Ceasefire in its War Against Libraries

August 3rd, 2020

Publishers Weekly reports that Penguin Random House has extended its ceasefire in the ongoing war against libraries.

Pocketbook Color and the iReader C6 eReaders Compared

August 1st, 2020

GoodeReader compares the Pocketbook Color eReader to the iReader C6.

Indie Author eBook Options

July 30th, 2020

Book Riot talks about the options available to Indie Authors by way of digital publishing and the eBook Revolution.

Pocketbook Color eReader Unboxed

July 28th, 2020

GoodeReader unboxes the new Pocketbook Color eReader.

Summer and COVID Push eReader Sales to the Max

July 26th, 2020

GoodeReader reports that all Amazon Kindle Paperwhite and Oasis eReaders have sold out.

Remote Work Aids Students in Quarantine

July 24th, 2020

Nevada Today reports on the Checked Out podcast’s in-depth look at recent digitization work intended to support academic success both on and off campus.

Nook Tablets Signing Off?

July 23rd, 2020

GoodeReader reports that Barnes and Noble is getting out of the Nook tablet business. (Though dedicated Nook Glowlight eReaders will remain.)

FREE Short Story Set During the Spanish Flu Epidemic

July 22nd, 2020

Some COVID-alone time reading in a short story by writer and photographer Robert A. Cotton inspired by actual events recorded during the 1918 -1919 Spanish Flu Epidemic.