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183 Free Ebooks You Must Read Before You Die

Call this the book nerd’s bucket list, or the ultimate reading achievement – this is perhaps a list of titles that everybody can get their hands on. Why? Simply because reading is good for you and most importantly, they’re totally free!
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101 Tips to Fight & Overcome Writer's Block

Are you seemingly tired from checking your long list of free ebook sites individually for the latest updates? Anxious to know of other sites that you can browse around? If you answered yes to all of the above, then you're in luck as we have the answer for you.
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How To Search Free Ebooks Independently Like A Search Engine

If you’re on a more general searching mode, e.g. searching free ebooks from a particular genre or category, then the following sites should provide you with abundant amount of materials that you can immerse yourself into...
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29 Sites That Monitor Amazon For Free Kindle eBooks

It’s a tedious thing to monitor time sensitive offers at Amazon, especially free ones these days. Fortunately independent sites that monitor such offers do exist and the good news is – they’re in abundance. Daily offers or very limited time free kindle ebook offers will be posted on a daily basis, allowing you the option to download and sample these stories without the need to log in to Amazon for the latest lists.
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41 Free Audiobook Sites

From books to ebooks to audiobooks. Depending on your daily schedule and personal preferences, you might opt for something different, something which is somehow the most convenient for you. Although speed can be a factor, getting audiobooks as an alternative medium to get your readings done can be an enjoyable experience.
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34 Free Ebooks On WordPress & Online Business


“Developing your blog is a balancing act between appeasing current readers and reaching out to new ones.” – Scribendi, How to Write a Blog

Among other topics covered in this list of compilations include:-

  • WordPress & Blogging
  • Web Design
  • Employment & Career Advice
  • eCommerce & Security
  • Business & Entrepreneurship
  • Sales & Marketing


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December 8th, 2014 | Comments (0)

24 Free Ebooks On UX And Interface Design


“Design can be art. Design can be aesthetics. Design is so simple, that’s why it is so complicated.” – Paul Rand

“Want to be a UX rock star like Nick Finck of Amazon Web Services, Dave Garr of UserTesting.com, Jan Jursa of the mighty @IATV or even Jacob Nielsen, the ultimate UX guru? The ultimate list of 24 free eBooks on UX and interface design will help you be a UX rock-star.” – Usefulusability.com


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November 28th, 2014 | Comments (0)

Freelance: 19 Sites & Various Free Ebooks


“When your livelihood depends on self-imposed productivity, you either get good at it or you find yourself in mounds of debt.” – Nacie Carson, The Finch Effect

“Once you’ve completed your morning routine, had breakfast, clarified your daily goals, etc… it’s time to get into work mode. The goal is to remove yourself from distractions and prepare to focus on doing work. Whether you’re working at home or in an office, it helps to create a routine that clearly signifies this change. Once you have those mental blinders in place, you can step away from all things not related to work and get down to business.” – Mason Hipp


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November 20th, 2014 | Comments (0)

10 Free eBooks for Web Designers from 2014

“Websites promote you 24/7: No employee will do that.” – Paul Cookson

“If there’s one thing you learn by working on a lot of different Web sites, it’s that almost any design idea–no matter how appallingly bad–can be made usable in the right circumstances, with enough effort. The problem is there are no simple “right” answers for most Web design questions (at least not for the important ones). What works is good, integrated design that fills a need-carefully thought out, well executed, and tested.” – Steve Krug, Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability


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November 9th, 2014 | Comments (0)

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