I start my days with checking in on Facebook. This is probably not very wise since Facebook is the epitome of a black hole for time. Nevertheless, I started out this Monday morning with a scan of my news feed and spotted the post which said that Banned Books Week started on Sunday the 22nd. That’s this week!
It seems a little sad that I have never heard of this awareness campaign before this year. It seems as if it ought to be something every reader (and writer) should be aware of. The practice of banning books is
Here we grow again.
We have seen several recent changes at the Free-ebooks.net website. Not long after our partnership with Ampersand Academic Press we are partnering with bookboon.com to bring you FREE textbooks.
On April 17, 2011, we partnered with bookboon.com to offer our members the dynamic opportunity to download free textbooks in the categories of: Business, Computer Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics and Science. You can browse the new ebrary by visiting our home page at http://ow.ly/amu0Z, scroll down to the bottom of the left vertical menu (and incidentally, that’s new too!) to the section titled “Textbooks”. Have
It’s Easter! And everybody is a winner in our Easter Egg hunt this year at Free-eBooks.net! Whether for you Easter means a traditional Fried Fish on Fridays and religious services all weekend, or colorful fun and lots of festivities and family, you can join in our Easter Egg Hunt and win yourself some nifty prizes!
We are scattering 50 Easter Eggs throughout the website everyday until tomorrow with a wide variety of eggs which have prizes and surprises. Each person can win 3 times for the duration of the contest but that doesn’t prevent you from telling your