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January 28, 2012


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Thanks for sharing the links. I've just downloaded quite a few books (because I needed more....).

louisa @ TheReallyGoodLife

If that's the beginning of the end, I probably shouldn't tell you about Project Gutenberg (http://www.gutenberg.org/), should I? 38,000 free ebooks - a lot of classics/old books where copyright has lapsed and newer (but still quality) ones released into the public domain.

Look at all the categories for books on gardening alone - http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/search.html/?format=html&default_prefix=subjects&sort_order=downloads&query=garden !


Mille - lol! I know that feeling.

Louisa - oh no! I heard about the ebooks on Project Gutenberg but didn't know they now did the books in the mobi format for kindles.



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