Download Free eBooks for Kindle Fire
There are a lot of free eBooks which are really available for downloading on the Internet. However, most of them are in ePub format, which can not be recognized by Kindle Fire. To read free ePub books on Kindle Fire, you need to convert ePub to Kindle Fire. But for those people who don't want to do the conversion, free AZW, MOBI books for Kindle Fire is desired.
There are several sources of free eBooks already formatted for the Kindle, Kindle Fire, Kindle touch. Following is a list of my favorites. Hope it can be useful to download free eBooks for Kindle Fire.
FreeKindleBooks offers 1000s of Free Classic E-books (below) in Kindle-compatible MOBI and PRC formats. Also for Windows PC, Mobile, PocketPC, Smartphone, Palm, Symbian, Nokia, Sony, Erisson, Blackberry, Franklin, Casio, Psion, Clie, Garmin, ... These E-books are file-format conversions of Project Gutenberg E-books to make them more directly usable on Kindle, Kindle Fire and other E-book Readers.
Manybooks is a digital library that takes e-books from Project Gutenberg, the Internet Archive, and other free sources and converts them to file formats suitable for e-readers. E-Books are created on-demand and then cached via Amazon S3.
Just Free Books allows you to sort by genre (eg, Children’s books) and e-reader (e.g., Kindle). The site search the content of more than 700 web sites, including gutenberg.org, wikibooks.org and archive.org. With JustFreeBooks you can find all sorts of free books: public domain texts, open books, free audio books, ad-supported books and more. Just type in the search box the book, author or theme you want to find.
Feedbooks Includes new and public domain books. Feedbooks distributes over 3,000,000 books every month to smartphones, tablets and eReaders.
Project Gutenberg: You can use "advanced search" to screen for Kindle-compatible books by selecting mobi (or mobipocket) under "file type". Project Gutenberg offers over 36,000 free ebooks to download to your PC, Kindle, Android, iOS or other portable device. Choose between ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats.
The Free Library offers free, full-text versions of classic literary works from hundreds of celebrated authors. It is also a terrific resource for current periodicals which are added to the site daily. TheFreeLibrary.com now allows you to create your own personal homepage by adding and removing, dragging and dropping, and "using or losing" existing content windows. In addition, you can add your own bookmarks, weather information, horoscope, and RSS feeds from anywhere on the web.