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Title: Kindle Buffet: Find and download the best free books, magazines and newspapers for your Kindle, iPhone, iPad or Android
Author: Steve Weber
Publisher: Published August 21st 2012 by Weber Books
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Free books, all you can eat! One of the best things about Amazon's Kindle system is that many popular books are offered completely free of charge during brief promotional periods. If you manage to find and download a book while it's offered free, it's yours to keep -- forever. It's a great way to sample a new genre, or perhaps discover an author you hadn't noticed before. Th Free books, all you can eat! One of the best things about Amazon's Kindle system is that many popular books are offered completely free of charge during brief promotional periods. If you manage to find and download a book while it's offered free, it's yours to keep -- forever. It's a great way to sample a new genre, or perhaps discover an author you hadn't noticed before. The free promotions usually last only a few days, but there's a new crop every day. You'll be amazed at the wealth of great books. Usually there are several hundred freebies in virtually every category of fiction and nonfiction, every day of the year. And these aren't just the dogs that nobody wants, the selection includes bona-fide bestsellers from the most famous authors in the world. You may never have to pay for a book again! This book will introduce you to KindleBuffet.com, a website and newsletter founded by author Steve Weber to showcase the best Kindle books currently offered free -- plus a multitude of other avenues toward great free content: KINDLE BUFFET: FREE BOOKS, ALL YOU CAN EAT! NO KINDLE? NO PROBLEM! MORE SITES FOR FINDING KINDLE FREEBIES Pixel of Ink The Cheap Ereader News Today Free Kindle Books and Tips Kindle Nation Daily The Kindle Daily Deal MORE GOLD MINES OF FREE BOOKS Purchasing free books on Amazon Exploring Project Gutenberg THE PERKS OF AMAZON PRIME The Kindle Owner’s Lending Library RECOGNIZING ILLEGAL CONTENT Current books offered as free PDF downloads Bundled books Adobe Digital Editions Library Books HOW TO READ A BOOK (AND MORE), KINDLE STYLE USING KINDLE’S PERSONAL DOCUMENTS SERVICE BRIEFLY: KEEPING A LID ON @KINDLE Converting documents. USING THE ‘SEND-TO-KINDLE’ APPLICATION ON YOUR COMPUTER USING THE BOOKS ‘LIBRARY’ Borrowing Kindle books from a library. NAVIGATING BOOKS AND DOCUMENTS SEARCHING WITHIN BOOKS APPS FOR KINDLE FIRE APPS FOR FUN XiiaLive Lite Go Launcher EX Angry Birds UTILITIES Kaspersky Tablet Security Wi-Fi Analyzer Free imo PRODUCTIVITY QuickOffice Evernote Office Calculator Free MANAGING APPS FREE YOUR KINDLE FEED YOUR READER WITH WEB CONTENT USING CALIBRE ALL THE NEWS YOU CAN EAT, AND CALIBRE PICKS UP THE CHECK EBOOKS, CALIBRE, AND THE KINDLE BRIEFLY: FOR THE LOVE OF CALIBRE LET’S GO SHOPPING! BRIEFLY: THE PIRATE CODE EXPLORING CALIBRE FURTHER KINDLEFEEDER

30 review for Kindle Buffet: Find and download the best free books, magazines and newspapers for your Kindle, iPhone, iPad or Android

  1. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Disclaimer: I received this book free from the author, through the Goodreads First Reads program. This is a nifty, no-frills guide to maximizing your Kindle's potential using free content. To that end, the author, who obviously loves his subject, outlines many sources of free reading material, including books and newspapers, and he uses screenshots generously to help the newbie or tech-challenged understand. The first few pages of this 53 page guide are devoted to where to get free books. Weber Disclaimer: I received this book free from the author, through the Goodreads First Reads program. This is a nifty, no-frills guide to maximizing your Kindle's potential using free content. To that end, the author, who obviously loves his subject, outlines many sources of free reading material, including books and newspapers, and he uses screenshots generously to help the newbie or tech-challenged understand. The first few pages of this 53 page guide are devoted to where to get free books. Weber also introduces you to his own website, which sorts through the myriad Amazon freebies each day and picks out the highest rated for the discerning reader. The next section is devoted to tools to help manage your library and convert files to usable formats. He introduces the reader to the freeware program Calibre, which can also be used for newspaper feeds. The author also provides some information on how to use the productivity features of the Kindle Fire, and useful information on apps and utilities. As the title suggests, the bulk of the content is Kindle-related, but there is still useful information for users of other e-readers. I really learned a lot from this book, being somewhat new to e-readers (I have an e-ink Nook and a Kindle app on my i-touch). Now the biggest issue I have is having way too many good books to read (so many books, so little time...).

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Dryden

    Kindle Buffet is a FREE guide to maximizing your Kindle's potential using free and inexpensive content. The author, who clearly loves his subject, outlines numerous sources of free and inexpensive reading material, including books and newspapers, and he uses screenshots generously to help the new Kindle user and the technically-challenged understand. Weber also introduces you to his own website, also called Kindle Buffet, which sorts through thousands of Amazon offerings EACH DAY and picks out th Kindle Buffet is a FREE guide to maximizing your Kindle's potential using free and inexpensive content. The author, who clearly loves his subject, outlines numerous sources of free and inexpensive reading material, including books and newspapers, and he uses screenshots generously to help the new Kindle user and the technically-challenged understand. Weber also introduces you to his own website, also called Kindle Buffet, which sorts through thousands of Amazon offerings EACH DAY and picks out the highest rated. The book also contains a guide to tools to help manage your library and convert files to usable formats. He introduces the reader to the freeware program Calibre, which can also be used for newspaper feeds.

  3. 5 out of 5

    elstaffe

    Disclaimer the first: I received this book as part of Goodreads' first-reads giveaway project. Disclaimer the second: I entered for said giveaway with the intention of passing this along to my father once I'd read it, as he has been looking for more sources for free ebooks. I started this book with the expectation that I would not find it all that interesting/helpful, because I do not currently have an ereader/ereading device (other than a computer, which wins every staring contest I've had with i Disclaimer the first: I received this book as part of Goodreads' first-reads giveaway project. Disclaimer the second: I entered for said giveaway with the intention of passing this along to my father once I'd read it, as he has been looking for more sources for free ebooks. I started this book with the expectation that I would not find it all that interesting/helpful, because I do not currently have an ereader/ereading device (other than a computer, which wins every staring contest I've had with it). I finished this book both more informed (I had known of some, but not all of the websites and programs mentioned) and greatly entertained by some of the unintentional typos (e.g. Covert Books) (rather than Convert Books). Problems: The extra blank pages are a little annoying/confusing, as they don't appear to have any apparent sectioning purpose, but not overly distracting. The confusing numbering of the figures is confusing, however, as they are both nonconsecutive (the numbering jumps from 33 to 36, to name one instance) and labeled differently in-text than in-caption. In several places, the word "Convert" is written as "Covert," but I feel this is an improvement in meaning and actually adds to the narrative (such as it is); because of this, and also because of the fact that there is a section entitled "The Pirate Code," I will definitely be passing this along to my father as a belated birthday gift. Overall, I'd say this book is probably most useful for those who already have (or are planning on obtaining) an ereading device (not a shocking conclusion, considering the book's title). I would rate it 2.5 stars, but given that there is no such option I'm rounding up (like a normal human/computer/robot).

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jody

    How can you not absolutely love a book that tells you how to get free books? It's like doing something you love to get something you love. How great is that? I have gone through this book and am anxiously awaiting my Kindle Fire (which I am getting for Christmas if not earlier) so I can put these ideas to good use. Thank you Mr. Weber for putting this out there. I had heard that it was possible to find free books on the web but Weber's book gives you step by step instructions along with screensh How can you not absolutely love a book that tells you how to get free books? It's like doing something you love to get something you love. How great is that? I have gone through this book and am anxiously awaiting my Kindle Fire (which I am getting for Christmas if not earlier) so I can put these ideas to good use. Thank you Mr. Weber for putting this out there. I had heard that it was possible to find free books on the web but Weber's book gives you step by step instructions along with screenshots on how and where to find these free books. I am glad I won this one on Goodreads Giveaways. I was hoping I would since I knew I was getting the Kindle but I didn't know how good the book would be. You could put this book into the hands of someone who is unfamiliar with a computer and they could be downloading books in a matter of minutes. Very informative book, well written and once again, who can say anything bad about a book that tells you how to get free books.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Robin Shreeves

    Lots of great information on where to get find out which books are being offered for free on Kindle. Sometimes, books become free or highly reduced for a short time, and there are websites and blogs that put all this information together. The book lists those websites. The book is also a bit of a tutorial on all the things a Kindle Fire can do, too, telling about things like Kindle's Personal Documents Service or how to put web content on your Kindle (so you can read it when you're not connected Lots of great information on where to get find out which books are being offered for free on Kindle. Sometimes, books become free or highly reduced for a short time, and there are websites and blogs that put all this information together. The book lists those websites. The book is also a bit of a tutorial on all the things a Kindle Fire can do, too, telling about things like Kindle's Personal Documents Service or how to put web content on your Kindle (so you can read it when you're not connected online). I've highlighted many things in this book that I'm going to check out. Best thing, the book itself is a free download.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Leah

    Just got this book in the mail today. I won a copy from First Reads. It has great tips on finding free books for the Kindle. Since I am recently getting back into reading, definitly enjoying all different books, but on a budget, this book comes in handy. I love it....Thank You :)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I'm not a Kindle book freebie novice...or so I thought. Since I purchased my first Kindle Fire in November 2011, I have loaded up my Kindle with book freebies. I use the top 100 listed on Amazon. As anyone who has perused this list knows, these books are very hit or (much more likely) miss. My best takeaway from Kindle Buffet was the author's website which provides daily top freebie picks. The author, overall, comes up with better books than those that randomly make it to Amazon's top 100 list. Th I'm not a Kindle book freebie novice...or so I thought. Since I purchased my first Kindle Fire in November 2011, I have loaded up my Kindle with book freebies. I use the top 100 listed on Amazon. As anyone who has perused this list knows, these books are very hit or (much more likely) miss. My best takeaway from Kindle Buffet was the author's website which provides daily top freebie picks. The author, overall, comes up with better books than those that randomly make it to Amazon's top 100 list. The other nice find for me was the option to download free newspapers, which I did not know was possible. Pick this up while it's free. Even long-time Kindle owners will find some useful tidbits.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Kindle Buffet: Find and download the best free books, magazines and newspapers for your Kindle, iPhone, iPad or Android by Steve Weber is really packed with some good information for new Kindle users (and the other devices mentioned) of how to get the free books and other apps plus there are links right to many of them. This just isn't limited to books either. I didn't know there was something called Personal Document Service that will convert the most common document formats to the Kindle forma Kindle Buffet: Find and download the best free books, magazines and newspapers for your Kindle, iPhone, iPad or Android by Steve Weber is really packed with some good information for new Kindle users (and the other devices mentioned) of how to get the free books and other apps plus there are links right to many of them. This just isn't limited to books either. I didn't know there was something called Personal Document Service that will convert the most common document formats to the Kindle format so you can use many of the Kindle functions on it such as; change font size and make annotations, etc. Another great thing is that when the author is explaining something he often adds pictures or screenshots as well as step by step instructions. You can get a Wi-Fi Analyzer Free. It allows you to see the strength of your Wi-Fi signal so you know if there are dead spots in your building/area, how many networks are in the area and whether yours is on a channel that is too crowded. Use instant messaging? Not a problem with the imo app which is compatible with many common services such as AIM, Facebook Chat, Skype, and more. You won't have a voice but you can still text. You may also need Quickoffice, Office Calculator, or maybe you want Calibre. It is all in there and so much more with explanations of what it is and what it does. I added this to my favorite list so I can easily refer to it time and time again. I highly recommend it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Thom Swennes

    The world of literature and publishing has changed more in the last ten to fifteen years than from the time of Gutenberg ‘till the dawn of the Twenty-first Century. This metamorphosis is seen mostly in the increasing popularity of digital books. This development has made publication both easy and cheap. With all of the modern pastimes one would think that reading would be on the decline but the opposite is the case. More people are both reading and writing than ever before. In the digital world The world of literature and publishing has changed more in the last ten to fifteen years than from the time of Gutenberg ‘till the dawn of the Twenty-first Century. This metamorphosis is seen mostly in the increasing popularity of digital books. This development has made publication both easy and cheap. With all of the modern pastimes one would think that reading would be on the decline but the opposite is the case. More people are both reading and writing than ever before. In the digital world anyone can publish and distribute their works and they do in increasing numbers. Kindle Buffet is a book packed full with ideas, hints and places to find tens of thousands of books very cheaply or entirely free. Many new and unknown authors offer their works free for a limited time. With so many books and different genres this is a real literary cornucopia. If you have limited space and/or an insatiable taste for a multiple genres, this book will be your best friend. It is a menu stocked full with tidbits that are sure to satisfy any hunger. I’m not a big fan on how do books but how could anyone live without this one? Why would they want to? I think this is a must for every library and every bibliophile.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sierra

    I received this book in the Goodreads First Reads giveaway. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who needs a jumping off point in finding resources of free ebooks online. While I am not new to the concept, I wish this book was available when I first bought my Sony Ereader because I would have been able to get a much more diverse library quicker than I did in the beginning. The only website I was aware of when I first collected ebooks was Gutenberg, which was a fantastic source but when yo I received this book in the Goodreads First Reads giveaway. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who needs a jumping off point in finding resources of free ebooks online. While I am not new to the concept, I wish this book was available when I first bought my Sony Ereader because I would have been able to get a much more diverse library quicker than I did in the beginning. The only website I was aware of when I first collected ebooks was Gutenberg, which was a fantastic source but when you are looking for something a little more recent, it gets old fairly quickly. The format for this book is easy to read and understand, even for the most novice of individuals. I plan on recommending it to anyone I know who buys an ereader in the future, it's a very smart purchase in my opinion.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    I received this book free as part of the First Reads program. Lots of good info about free content and apps you can get for your Kindle and other mobile devices, good screen captures and simple directions to follow (although in a few places the figure numbers in the text don't match up to the figure number below the illustrations). Unlike a lot of tech literature this was written in plain language that all but the most tech-unsavvy could follow. I was most interested in the places where you can I received this book free as part of the First Reads program. Lots of good info about free content and apps you can get for your Kindle and other mobile devices, good screen captures and simple directions to follow (although in a few places the figure numbers in the text don't match up to the figure number below the illustrations). Unlike a lot of tech literature this was written in plain language that all but the most tech-unsavvy could follow. I was most interested in the places where you can get free ebooks. I was actually able to download two - an interesting looking YA fantasy and a thriller, neither of which I have read yet - easily and successfully. Would definitely recommend this book to Kindle Fire users.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kay Covington

    A Must Have for Kindle Owners! This was a very informative book. It has a wealth of information. Immediately you will have access to various links to sites that offer free or discounted ebooks (without having to StumbleUpon them). What makes his links more appealing, he gives step by step instructions, including pictures, on how to navigate the sites. I was very impressed with the information pertaining to the several different ways you can maximize your Kindle Fire experience. I had no idea of t A Must Have for Kindle Owners! This was a very informative book. It has a wealth of information. Immediately you will have access to various links to sites that offer free or discounted ebooks (without having to StumbleUpon them). What makes his links more appealing, he gives step by step instructions, including pictures, on how to navigate the sites. I was very impressed with the information pertaining to the several different ways you can maximize your Kindle Fire experience. I had no idea of the capabilities this little device was or could be equipped with. It is a must have for any Kindle or Kindle Fire owner!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rick Birdsong

    This is a very good book for the those who want to have options for acquiring reading material. The author gives additional websites beyond Amazon as possible venues for reading-for-free or purchasing books. The author also covers a number of apps that would be of interest for readers. Some of these apps aid in acquiring and converting material to a Kindle-friendly reading format. The material is not restricted to books only as it also covers magazines, newspapers, and other news websites that c This is a very good book for the those who want to have options for acquiring reading material. The author gives additional websites beyond Amazon as possible venues for reading-for-free or purchasing books. The author also covers a number of apps that would be of interest for readers. Some of these apps aid in acquiring and converting material to a Kindle-friendly reading format. The material is not restricted to books only as it also covers magazines, newspapers, and other news websites that can be aggregated to one area and converted to a Kindle format for your reading pleasure.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    I thought it would have more apps reviewed. I was expecting this book would have a bunch of app reviews, but it only contains info on a few, of which some are designed to find online content for the kindle fire. It mostly was an ad for the author's website, kindle buffet. Skip this free download and try the website instead.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tamara Pickett

    Informative This book is a very informative resource for the Kindle Fire. There were things and options that I did not know you could do with your Kindle. I've had mine for almost two years now and I'm pleased to know all about this information, it will make having my Kindle Fire more fun and functional.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Michael David Stone

    Addresses point to the same site without terms and conditions, pay a monthly fee, without a way to cancel, delete, nor unsubscribe! Danger. The web addresses point to the same site which asks you to join without terms and conditions, then informs you that you have to pay a monthly fee after a month without a way to cancel, delete, nor unsubscribe! Would not recommend to anyone except hackers. No good. Points o

  17. 4 out of 5

    M Richter

    Helpful Author Technology intimidated me greatly, until I realized it just like the wicked witch of the West in The Wizard of Is. It can be killed with a bucket of water. Steve Weber helps me understand fun things I can do with this kindle fire tablet, and do them with confidence and it is fun. Thank you Steve for following your passion!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Wow!!!.. what an ocean of information in this book. All things right from how to read a book till how you can publish and market your self published books in Amazon are explained in a very crisp manner. I loved the writeup about Kindle Fire and about Calibre. It enlightened me on many things. Amazing book.. It truly was a buffet!!..A must read :-)

  19. 5 out of 5

    Alex Crouse

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  20. 4 out of 5

    William

    Good read older information gleaned out some stuff I can use.. Was able to find something I didn't know and places to find ebooks I still found some interesting info that I found helpful...

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jim Bertsch

    Packed full of useful information on how to use Kindle and other reading tools. It helps you get free interesting and enjoyable newspapers, magazines and books that you own outright. There is a massive amount of material to be had for free. Enough to keep you reading for a lifetime. Enjoy!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Joan Davis

    Everything you need to know and more! Clear instructions and options given including possible dangers Well set out account. Everything you need to know and more, including possible dangers. Covers all possible uses for Kindle.

  23. 5 out of 5

    M Murphy

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  24. 5 out of 5

    KTQAPrimeUS1

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Nice

  25. 5 out of 5

    AnneInTheWoods

    A reference book. Nothing you couldn't find elsewhere, as far as I can see.

  26. 4 out of 5

    gena morrell

    Great information, easy to understand I chose this rating because it covered so much more information than I have found before I recommend highly. Thank you!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ajit Panicker

    Nothing new The content was a lot generic and because I was aware of most of what is mentioned, was not that interesting.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Omi Harjani

    Helps But Not much

  29. 4 out of 5

    Judith Jongewaard

    old news Good book but old. Good place to start out on. Amazon good at helping in any way. Sniff out deals all the time with many apps to help.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Vinayak B H

    Quite useful links and explanation.

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