"Open Library offers over 1.7 million free eBooks online to users. It’s part of the Internet Archive, which also allows users to contribute (and correct!) books. They both offer free versions of full books and links to access paid books elsewhere." -Nikki Vanry at bookriot.com
"Open Culture connected readers with a curated list of free audiobooks, and they’ve created something similar for free eBooks. You’ll find 800 free and downloadable eBooks through their site, ready to download for iPads, iPhones, Kindles, or to read in your browser directly." -Nikki Vanry at bookriot.com
"If you love all things science fiction and fantasy, check out Tor’s eBook club and weekly newsletters. The publisher releases weekly original short stories from some of the biggest sci-fi/fantasy authors" -Nikki Vanry at bookriot.com
You can find more contemporary online books for free at Goodreads’ free eBooks shelves (either full or excerpts) or with the “free-online” tag." -Nikki Vanry at bookriot.com
ManyBooks has loads and loads of online books for free. Over 30,000 in fact. The majority of their eBooks work for Kindles, Nooks, iPads, and other readers." -Nikki Vanry at bookriot.com
You can now read books on-line on any device that has internet connection. To access a book, just click on the link.
(Many thanks to Nikki Vanry and BookRiot for doing the hardwork and pulling together these resources!
"BookRix is also a community of independent authors who publish free eBooks in any of your favorite genres. We’re talking fantasy, romance, sci-fi, children’s and more." - Nikki Vanry at bookriot.com
"Riveted offers YA books for free online, either full books or excerpts on a time-limited basis. By signing into the site from Simon & Schuster and becoming a member, you’ll be able to read some sweet free books, download them to any device, join in giveaways, and discuss your YA favorites." -Nikki Vanry at bookriot.com