4,000 Free Books in Amazon Kindle Store

In addition to the half a dozen or so specific books I told you about this morning, there are also 400 or so new free non-public domain titles this morning.  As I type this post, there are exactly 3,977 free non-public domain titles in the Amazon Kindle store.  To take a look at them sorted by genre, just click here or type in http://amzn.to/bookload into your computer’s web browser (the genre listings are on the left-hand side of the page).

Have a great weekend!


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3 responses to “4,000 Free Books in Amazon Kindle Store

  1. Kristi

    Hey Michael, just wondering:
    I haven’t seen a way to do this, but I thought I’d ask if you knew a way. The one thing that’s frustrating about searching Amazon’s 4,000 free books is having to look through the same books over and over trying to spot the ones you haven’t “purchased” yet. Have you noticed a way to filter for only the books that became free ‘today’ so you can exclude everything you already looked at before?

    I wrote some feedback to Amazon suggesting they create a filter allowing customers to filter out ebooks they already own. That would be a fantastic improvement.

    • Michael Gallagher


      Thanks for your note – no, Amazon does not have a way to filter it that way, and I and many others have also requested that from Amazon. Hopefully, that will appear one day!



  2. I just wanted to thank you for your wonderful blog. I subscribe through my Kindle and look forward to each daily update. When I read yesterday’s post concerning some of the reader mail problems you’ve been having, my heart went out to you. Very unfair. Thanks for plugging away. Keep up the good work!

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