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I’m Looking for Book Website Alternative’s.

Posted: Tue Jul 09, 2019 10:52 pm
by SirJusty
(I don’t think my title is correct. Unsure how to word it)

I’m looking for “free” reading materials online. I would have to respectively pass on the library. (Pretty far from me and have to cross the freeway. I don’t drive)

For about 8 months I been using this “Scribd” (link, unsure how do it correctly... https://www.scribd.com/subscribe-now?&u ... gK5rPD_BwE)

I’m no longer be able to use “I need to save money for while. I was wondering what “free” legit alternative to studying Magick and other things?

Re: I’m Looking for Book Website Alternative’s.

Posted: Tue Jul 09, 2019 11:05 pm
by Alys-RaccoonReadings
Some libraries have e-book accounts like Hoopla. So if you made one trip over there via Uber and set up an account, you might be able to get to a lot of stuff in digital formats.

Re: I’m Looking for Book Website Alternative’s.

Posted: Tue Jul 09, 2019 11:17 pm
by Likes2Read
Scribd has free and paid levels of membership. A lot of books are available there.

Re: I’m Looking for Book Website Alternative’s.

Posted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 12:30 am
by SirJusty
Likes2Read wrote:Scribd has free and paid levels of membership. A lot of books are available there.


Thanks for letting me know this. I thought was all paid membership. I really need pay attention more.

Re: I’m Looking for Book Website Alternative’s.

Posted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 12:31 am
by SirJusty
Alys-RaccoonReadings wrote:Some libraries have e-book accounts like Hoopla. So if you made one trip over there via Uber and set up an account, you might be able to get to a lot of stuff in digital formats.


Thank you. That is really good thought to. Both suggestions are good.

Re: I’m Looking for Book Website Alternative’s.

Posted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 6:10 am
by darkwing dook
archive.org has a lot of free ebooks. Another one is sacred-texts.com in the form of webpages, and these two contain public domain books.

Re: I’m Looking for Book Website Alternative’s.

Posted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:57 pm
by Lewk
Also some books are available in full via Google books.

I found one out of print book that I could read through (laboriously) on a Google search page. Not as easy to read as having the book or a Kindle type ebook but I could see everything. It's also available as .pdf via Scribd and other similar sites.