Read an E-book Week Sponsors for 2013
The following organizations, publishers, corporations, retailers and authors have come together to support Read an E-Book Week this year. They
have our heartfelt thanks.
We would like to thank Good e-Reader for their terrific media support for Read an E-Book Week 2013.
E-Zines and Websites: Although they may not have a free e-book, they do have tons of e-book information.
Long and Short Reviews: Great review site reviewing fiction "one happy every after at a time."
Piotr Kowalczyk: Geek fiction writer, self-publisher and e-book enthusiast. At his blog, EBook Friendly, he writes about how authors and readers can benefit from new, especially mobile, technologies.
World eBook Library: A wonderful collection of e-books. This link goes to the children's page. Includes children's MP3s as well.
No Shelf Required : A forum for discussion among librarians, publishers, distributors, aggregators, and others interested in the publishing and information industry.
Teleread: Bring the E-Books Home: News & views on e-books, libraries, publishing and related topics
DotEPUB: a tool that converts webpages into epub e-books.
Free Kindle Book Tips: Super website offering links to free Kindle books and games. Lots of tips for Kindle users.
Kovid Goyal is the developer of Calibre - which includes library management, format conversion, news feeds to e-book conversion, as well as e-book reader sync features and an integrated e-book viewer.
Freeliterature.org: A website devoted to places where free e-books can be found.
E-Reader-Info.com: An informative site dedicated to e-readers.
eKsiazki.org: Polish blog about eReaders and eBooks.