That’s right, read great books for free. On Amazon there are free readers available to download. It is called a Kindle Cloud Reader. You don’t have to purchase anything at all to get it. Once you have that you sign up for an amazon account and you can start purchasing books. BUT you don’t have to purchase anything. If you go to the Kindle ebook section you will see on the right hand side of the page about half way down a box that says best sellers, click on the FREE tab and all of those books are free. Titles and prices change all the time so be sure to really look at the price before you click the buy button to be sure it’s still free. If you don’t want to do all of the work to find what you want then I suggest you follow these pages on facebook: Pixel of Ink, Ereader News Today or go to bookbub.com. All of these list free books and low priced books every day that might interest you. At bookbub you can make out a profile of books you’d like to see and they send you daily emails about those types of books. I’d also suggest the facebook page of Adventures of a Thrifty Momma. She also lists free books daily and those are more toward, homesteading, canning and all of that.
I now have near 500 books on my kindle (my girls purchased it for me for Christmas in 2011) and I’ve only paid for maybe ten of those books. I have the basic kindle and don’t see an upgrade to anything else in the future. It works just fine for me and I’m obviously happy with it. Recently I read all of the Anne of Green Gables books (there are 11) and also polished off The Hobbit again (I think I did pay for that one, but it was on special and I didn’t pay much, if I recall it was three or four dollars). There are a great many of the classics that are absolutely free.