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Reading E-books Without Buying an Kindle, Nook, or E-Reader

Whether it's my book or another fine work, reading an electronic version of a book is quickly becoming common. Ebooks are significantly cheaper that print versions, and take up less space in the physical world.

If you read often, paying $89-$250 for an electronic book reader may be a good investment. If, on the other hand, you only read occasionally, or if money is tight (the United States any many other parts of the world are still in a recession), buying an electronic device may not be a good option.

Fortunately, you can read ebooks without an electronic reader, and here's some ways how:
  • Barnes and Noble ( offers free software that allows you to read Nook-books from your Ipad, Iphone, Android, PC, or Mac. Visit for more details.
  • offers offers free software that lets you read Kindle books from your Ipad, Iphone, Blackberry, Android, PC, Mac, or Windows Phone 7.
  • Smashwords offers the ability to download books to your PC in PDF or HTML format. Visit for more details.
All of these options make ebook a more attractive option that a regular book.

Still, for your favorite books sometimes having a physical copy is irreplaceable.

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