There’s a lot going on in the world because of the coronavirus pandemic, and it can be quite overwhelming at times to keep reading the news or checking for updates.
So it’s important to shut down for awhile, and what better way to do that than a good old read. And because a lot of people are stuck in their homes, a ton of publishers have opened up their libraries of titles ranging from fiction to science.
Today we are going to list some sources of free e-books, so you can stretch out on your sofa and dive into a good book.
- Seagull Books offers a free eBook every day.
Absolutely free books. One per day. pic.twitter.com/aPYmdnIKhV
– Seagull Books Ø³ÛÚ¯Ù (@seagullbooks) April 7, 2020
- Amazon Kindle and Google Play Books The library offers many free titles to consume.
- If you want to support a good project, the Gutenberg project hosts over 60,000 free eBook titles. It does not require any registration and you can also donate.
- Cambridge offers access to over 7,000 books which cover economics to religion and the right to economics.
- The Los Angels Public Library provides access to some of its books online, even if you don’t have a library card.
- Scribd, which hosts tons of books and documents, including Yuval’s bestseller Noah Harari Sapiens: A Brief History of Humanity, offer 30 days free trial for its premium subscription.
- Internet Archives increased its waiting list to 1.4 million pounds. It’s a lot of books.
Video of the day
This kid recreated famous goals in his backyard, and that’s the kind of content I live for.
GOAL OF THE CENTURY. CHOOSE YOUR FAVORITE GOAL! pic.twitter.com/wM2cvnrAgl
– Sean O’Hanlon (@ sohanlon23) April 4, 2020
Meme of the day
Be careful. Bye.