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    One thing I noticed about Smashwords is that you can get listed with diesel ebooks. Actually, I hadn't heard of them until they contacted me and mentioned that a couple of my books were at their site and here's the link.

    Thanks for the information about Google books!
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    For Crossroad Press titles (and we're somewhere between 250 and 300 now) you can order direct from the Crossroad Press store in ePub, Mobi, Prc and PDF formats. This is the best way to support the authors. Also, if it's your first visit, you can use the coupon code FIRSTBOOK and get 20 percent off your purchase...

    Our books are, of course, available pretty much everywhere, but we'd love to find good ways to build direct sales. Find out about new releases on the newly re-vamped main page at http://www.crossroadpress.com and find all our titles in eBook, Audiobook, and now some in print at http://store.crossroadpress.com

    Most titles are $2.99 or under...there are some higher, but in general, our prices are good.

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    I know this is a sticky but I had to give you all thanks and praise for these sites. I never knew about the Guttenberg Project and I got every single classic lit that I had been coveting for FREE. I can't wait to check out the others...love it here!

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    When you travel abroad, you can read any files that are already on your NOOK. You can connect to Wi-Fi hotspots that do not use proxy security settings, such as those commonly used in hotels, and download eBooks and subscriptions already in your online digital Library. You cannot, however, purchase additional eBooks and subscriptions outside of the U.S.

    The NOOK can be used to read ebooks purchased through other sites as long as the format is either PDB, PDF, secured PDF, or ePub. Additionally, titles can be downloaded and transferred to NOOK via the supplied USB cable.



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    Guides published before 1929 are avaliable complimentary. Of course you can buy them from B&N, however the reasons why if in case you can already get them.
    I suggest the following great website:
    Many Guides http://manybooks.net/about/

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