This article shows 3 ways to get free Kindle books. If you don’t have a Kindle, you can get a Kindle for only $69.
You can get Amazon Prime for $79/year, which lets you borrow more than 350,000 books for free with no due dates. With Amazon Prime, you also get unlimited instant videos and TV episodes and free 2-day shipping on items you buy on Amazon. My family loves it and it’s a killer deal. If you’re still not convinced, get a 30-day free trial to see for yourself.
(Ok, this option isn’t technically free, but Amazon Prime is worth it for the videos and free shipping alone. So the books are basically a free bonus).
Borrow from your local library
Many local libraries let you borrow Kindle books for free. Most libraries use the company OverDrive, which offers different selections to different libraries. So if you don’t find what you want, try another library.
Borrow from BookLending.com
Many publishers allow you to lend your own ebooks at least once to anyone you want. BookLending.com helps you find people that want to borrow the books you have, and helps you find people that are willing to lend the books you want.
To get maximum benefit, take advantage of the free ebooks that are limited-time offers on Amazon.com or Pixel of Ink. Then, once they are no longer free, you can lend them on BookLending.com.