Highs & Lows of Free eBooks

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Still in the spirit of the Free eReadathon~ Here are some pros and cons to all those free ebooks out there.

Highs:

  • FREE! Duh.
  • Finding awesome authors.
  • Finding awesome books.
  • Feeding your reader forever~
  • Feeling awesome because you have so many books.
  • Freedom to take all of them with no guilt. Just click and click and click~
  • Fun shopping time. Seeing so many books~

Lows:

  • Free books are mostly erotica. I have nothing against it, but it’s not my thing.
  • Few books are really good, even if you wish for more. Only a few can wow.
  • For some books, you will find the most horrible things you’ve ever seen.
  • Feeling awful because you can never get through all the books you own.
  • Forgetting what books you own because you just randomly download everything.

What else can you add to this list?

Bottom Line: They’re free anyway so we can’t really complain. I think they’re more good than bad~

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4 thoughts on “Highs & Lows of Free eBooks

  1. You’ve brought up some interesting points. I’ve only read a few free ebooks and all the books I’ve read so far are either just okay or have failed to “wow” me (I’m not counting the public domain stuff). But then again they are free, so can’t complain. Although, I’ll add one to the Lows: The first ebook of a series is free, but the rest of the series cost money (the price increases with each ebook!)

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