If you have a blog and use Google Analytics, take a look at the "Keywords" section. There are some interesting search terms that come up. But anyway... Sometimes there are questions that people are looking for answers to and I wish I could reply to them! The only way to do that is answer them here.
First of all, if you are looking for free ebooks, unless they are in the public domain, you ain't going to find them here. If you really want new releases for free, check your library. Many libraries are now lending ebooks to patrons.
Ever since I did a review of my Aluratek Libre Pro ebook reader, I get a lot of people looking for Aluratek answers. Here's a couple:
*Where do you buy ebooks in Canada?
Okay, I haven't actually bought anything for mine yet since I've only downloaded a couple of free books so far. I did look at the Kobo (Chapters-Indigo) site. I would try there first. They also have free ebooks to download. Another one I thought about is Book Depository.
*Does Aluratek support newspapers?
No. Aluratek has no wi-fi, like the Kindle, so you can't get the paper sent to it.
*How do I download (free) ebooks to my Aluratek Libre?
Refer to diagram.
First, download Adobe Digital Editions free software. It's the easiest way to save your books. Download the book in the format you prefer (remember where you saved it- I never do). Open Adobe, and open "Library" (circled in blue) at the top. Click "add item to library" and find your file. Open. It should be saved to library now. Plug in Libre with your USB cable and turn it on. You'll find Libre under "Bookshelves" (circled in red). Drag your book to the Libre (yellow arrow). It will save it to the device. Now you can unplug it. This works for all ebooks- free or not.
And I love the person who asked this next question:
*Would Rory Gilmore use a Kindle?
Oh, good question! I asked people on Twitter what they thought and they think Rory loves paper books too much to use a Kindle. I'm inclined to agree. She seems like a paper book girl. And a book sniffer! However, she did carry a lot of books around in her backpack. Maybe she would like the convenience of having all her books in a more portable format. It's a little easier on the back.
What do you think? Would Rory use a Kindle? Maybe this video will help you decide.