My friend Jen is a smart cookie, a writer and a reader. But as much as I respect her opinion I also choose to ignore it from time to time. Because I fancy myself as wise and I feel nobody knows my preferences like I know my preferences.
Recently she told me how she loves her Kindle for Android application. I remarked that it sounded fine, but I could not imagine trying to read a book in that 3.5″ screen. (May I make a detour in this story to mention my wife also downloaded the application? But she isn’t really into books, and didn’t rave about it so I didn’t really think about it much.)
Time passes by and I forget the Kindle for Android app. After all, I have Air Horn and Whoopie cushion apps. How many apps do I really need?
But then – a stunning revelation. Some of these books you can get are – wait for it – in the public domain. “In the public domain” is fancy lawyer talk for FREE!
The links above may be affiliate links for some website I recently visited. I don’t care – there isn’t much commission on FREE BOOKS. You hear me? Free Books on Amazon!!!