Tuesday 3 August 2010

On Basilisk Station And More Great (Free) Stuff

Following on from the great Kindle revelation of yesterday I recalled a while back that US SF publisher Baen had sample chapters (and indeed whole books) online. A quick Google later and I found the Baen Free Library with the first books of many popular SF series, including On Basilisk Station, the first of the excellent Honor Harrington stories. I'm happy as I've always fancied reading Eric Flint's 1632 and here it is (with 1633, the second in the series).

It appears there are many useful sites with free Kindle e-books (indeed I got a bit enthusiastic downloading old G.A.Hentry historical novels last night from Amazon.com themselves) so a bit of Google-Fu is time well spent.

1 comment:

  1. Baen is my publisher and you generally can get some of my work there for free.