I sometimes tell people I have a foot over 3 centuries. I love the history of the1800's American West, I've lived the 1900s and survived, and now I struggle to keep up with the changes of the 21st century. However, I really to appreciate the technology we have these days. When the Internet gave us a library of information in our homes, I thought I had found heaven. Now, I have found some good benefits of technology that I want to share with you. This covers mainly the here and now...
Free Books for Kindle and other Ereaders
There are, of course, many out of copyright books that are available for downloading for free including Godey's Lady's Books, Petersons and Arthur Home Journal. Check out these sites for books before 1910. Great way to get a glimpse into the Victorian era home life and fashion.
Antique Pattern Library www.antiquepatternlibrary.org/
Project Gutenberg http://www.gutenberg.org/
For contemporary books, I just found this site which has free downloads for Kindle. If you don't have a Kindle, you can download the app to use on your phone, computer or other reading device.
** Pixil of Ink www.pixelofink.com/
Many Books http://manybooks.net/
Feedbooks (Western Novels such as Zane Grey) http://www.feedbooks.com/books/top?category=FBFIC033000&lang=en
Free Kindle books (lots) http://www.ereaderiq.com/free/
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