So you finally decided to part ways with $360 of your hard earned money and buy an Amazon Kindle. Now what? Do you know where to find content for your Kindle? Even though there are 250,000 books available in Amazon Kindle store, people still complain about not having access to more content for the Kindle platform. In reality, there are plenty of places you can find books for your gadget.
Here are a few places that you can find content online (not counting P2P networks):
- AZW: the chances are you have already tried the Kindle store and are looking for another source of AZW content for your Kindle. You can always try manybooks.net for more books. They have over 20K titles for the platform and worth a try.
- PDF: there are many place you can find PDF works on the Web. I am not going to suggest any P2P methods here (torrents) as there are plenty of legal ways to get content for your gadget:
- MOBI: I am not a fan of MOBI books, but these books are compatible with Kindle 1.0 and Kindle 2.0. Here are a few places to find .MOBI books:
- Text: you’d be surprised how many interesting books you find in this format. Here are a few places you can look for .TXT books:
- PRC: finally, if you are still looking for content after trying the above sites, you may want to look at:
- Audio: it’s surprising how many people don’t use their Kindle for audio-books. But there are lots of good titles available for your Kindle:
There you have it. There are lots of other places that you can look for Kindle content, but the above sites are those that I have used in the past and have decent books available for download. Having said that, if you know any other place for Kindle content, please comment below.