I referred to Pixel of Ink (Pixel of Ink is no longer available, as of the end of April 2016) in my review of Russell Blake’s Fatal Exchange, as well as showing it as where some of the books recorded on Goodreads come from.
About Pixel of Ink
How the site was found.
I originally found this site when researching for a special interest group (SIG) session, for the Boca Raton Computer Society, in February, 2012. (For notes and links shown at that session see the files at eReader-eBook . As my eReader is a Kindle the focus was on eBooks for the Kindle.)
The tagline is: “Free and Bargain Kindle Books”.
When you first access the site you will immediately be taken to the current posting. Here you will find what they have posted up to the time you accessed the site.
There are various tabs available:
- Start Here – More like an about page, in that it explains a lot of what the site is all about.
- Useful Links – A compendium of links about Kindle eBooks.
- Free Kindle Books – Links to current “Freebies & Deals”.
- Bargain Bin – Links to bargains under $1.00.
- Hot Deals – Links to deep discounts.
- Browse by Genre – Self-explanatory
- Subscribe – Explains the different ways to get access to the eBook listings.
- Help – Again, self-explanatory
I have found many great reads through Pixel of Ink, mostly by indie authors that I might not otherwise known about. Occasionally there will be something I thought would be good, but wasn’t. However, this is a great place to find free, or cheap, Kindle eBooks.
I recommend you give it a try, and see for yourself.
If you do try it out, let me know what you think.
I intend to write similar posts, from time to time, about other resources to get free or discounted Kindle eBooks. These posts will also appear in the Miscellaneous category, tagged as eBook, resource, and Kindle, like this one.
If you know of similar sites, or blogs, like this, please let me know. You can let me know by commenting on this post, or by going to my contact page and following the instructions.