Looking for oldies-but-goodies from ancient
Greek Classics to
modern 20th century classics? Visit
Blaskmask Online and
check their extensive listings in their
Library. Five different download formats available.
Eva Almeida has a number of excellent directories and guides for ebook
readers and writers, including:
The e-Books Portal
Resources For e-Book Authors
a unique literature search engine with extensive resources for writers and
you to submit your ebooks for inclusion in their ebook publishing and
marketing resource directory.
Absolute Authority on Electronic Books,
hosted by Earl H. Roberts, has neatly divided sub-topic categories that make
it easy to find anything ebook related.
offers a handpicked, eclectic selection of book and magazine-related sites.
Mind Like Water has a large selection of free fiction books available on
the net, all sorted by genre.
Literary Leaps, thousands of links to book-related sites, arranged by
category and searchable by key words.
The Inkies are a long time online writing group. I've been a member
since this group's GEnie days. You'll find some of the most skilled,
helpful writers on the net there).
Fiction Factor offers aspiring writers
tips and advice on getting published, articles on the craft and business of
writing, free ebooks, current paying markets, lots of writer's resources and
Electric Pen is dedicated to and for writers of web-based fiction,
providing a place to link your story, ezine, or writing resource and is open
Free The Writer publishes the written word of the amateur writer. The
site's motto is "Get writing. Get read. Get recognised."
If you're looking for a friendly community of writers, great info on POD,
eBooks or Independent Traditional Publishers, visit
Not The Usual Way, an Independent Authors Community.
Hopeful Writers can find writers'
information, markets and tips at
The Rejection Slip. Don't forget to check out their useful
newsletters (links are midway down home page).
WriteXcite allows writers from all over the world to work on stories
and poetry together. Very nicely designed site.
everything--writer's resources, articles, links, reviews and interviews.
Flaming Horse Studios, Alan Holmans Personal Chalkboard, is not
your average writer's group. Quite original and funny. They
accept submissions; free upload; message board..
Books Just Wanna be Free!
A truly unique way to trade books--read a book,
register it at
BookCrossings, then release it for someone to find and then find
new treasures of your own. Great for avid readers!
Read and exchange book reviews at
Collective, an online forum dedicated to book lovers! If you're not a
Delphi member, you can visit as a guest or register free.
Free Novels Online
is a nicely organized site with lots of tidbits and links to free online
novels ; includes The Undivided by Colin Woodcock, the webmaster's
StoriesMania: The Fiction Portal For You
Electric Pen is dedicated to and for writers of web-based fiction. Easy
to navigate and stuffed to its cyber rafters with great fiction, Electric
Pen is a reader's goldmine.
Lisa's Book Reviews . . . she reads . . . she reviews . . . she reports.
You'll appreciate her ratings which range from
"better I read this than you" to "worth an all-nighter."
If you love reading classics, then
The Classic BookShelf
is a perfect starting place. Their adjustable, easy to read ebook
format will make reading your favorite classic a pleasure.
Novels and Stories, part of Interlinks: Your Road Map To Free Stuff on
the Internet, offers several links to free online reading.
East of the Web,
has a list of short story links categorized by topic to make it easy for
Want a free book? Visit
Bookwinners.com and enter their book giveaway contests.
Dream Into Paradise hosts free poetry and stories. Please take the
time to visit some of the links on lupus awareness.
Not only does
The Gloob intrigue with its name, it also provides interesting reading
in an easy to navigate fashion. Well worth a visit.
Italian-American Press offers a free download of
Child of Wonder by Ralph Ferraro, an inspiring e-novel about
self-acceptance, understanding, and love.
Darragh Hewat's lovely online presentation of his children's book
Sellotape & Spiders,
the first collection of stories about Dolly Daydream and Hubert, her grumpy
cat, is wonderful. Give it a try!
Patina and The Fallen Angels, a
psychological love story set in Australia during the Vietnam / hippy era.
Word 97 format, downloadable as zip file.
Heroes and Legends, a serial fantasy by Mike Monroe. The author
adds a new installment every business day, so bookmark and check back
Caterina Christakos offers a free ebook
How To Write A Children's Book. While there, take a look at her
page dedicated to
helping the Arthritis Foundation.
Among other little writing gems,
The BlueBook Project contains two full-length novels that readers might
Ray Laing offers a free, full-length gay
a romantic, funny and interesting love story.
enjoy stories set in
Sumeria, James W. Bell has a large selection to browse and read.
a high fashion romance novel by Raquel Marsh, is full-length and
free for online reading.
Jack Brackitt offers a funny look at one year in the life of
a Chicago family with his free ebook
in pdf and MS Reader formats.
Guts, a free novel by Tiller James, answers the question, Will America
have the guts to stand up to terrorism? with a resounding You bet!
if you have a free, full-length novel online! If it's interesting and
well-written, we'll be happy to let our readers know about it.
Bad Grammar is an online showcase for fiction authors who self-publish.
Interesting how-to info on creating your own books.
Wendy Jensen's site offers her
own books, readers' links, and useful information for writers interested
Darragh Hewat self-produced and published his
Sellotape & Spiders
as an online book. Very pleasing graphically, easy to read.
Audrey Shaffer, Author
and Editor offers a great
for readers that has kindly included a review of
Uluru Dreaming recently. She also
samples of her own work you may enjoy reading!
InkSpin Fiction WebZine
webzine featuring work by
(Inkies) writers. Includes
guidelines for their upcoming issues. While there, check out the
Inkies online writing group, too. (Editor's note: I've been a
member since this group's GEnie days. You'll find some of the most
skilled, helpful writers on the net there).
Audrey Shaffer's Newsletter
is new, but promises to be filled with interesting links and warm, anecdotal
articles. While there, check her
My Writing page as well.
Eclectic Tastes, an ezine, could be placed under almost any category in
this list. The topics are many, varied and interesting. Each
category has numerous links. A dedicated surfer could spend the day