Tuebl.ca is my new most favoritest site.
for people who don’t know, Tuebl.ca is essentially a FREE AND AUTHORIZED ONLINE LIBRARY WHERE YOU CAN DOWNLOAD FREE .EPUB VERSIONS OF POPULAR BOOKS.
When I say authorized, I mean popular authors PUT THEIR BOOKS UP THERE FOR FREE BECAUSE THEY KNOW EBOOKS WILL GET THEM NEW FANS WHO WILL THEN GO ON TO BUY THEIR BOOKS.
I’m talking like John Grisham. Jacqueline Carey. Stephanie Meyers. Jeffrey Eugenides. FUCKING ANNA QUINDLEN. A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE.
that’s just the start. seriously. try it out.
Every so often I reblog this because more people should know about Tuebl.
It’s free ebooks.
Legit, free ebooks.
Free ebooks that will not get you sued for copyright piracy bullshit.
Authors agree to have their books put up for free.
And not just like authors attempting to garner fans and get famous.
I’m talking legitimately every time I see a book on my wishlist on Amazon I go to tuebl first and like 8 or 9 times out of ten IT IS ALREADY THERE, AND IF IT IS NOT THERE, THE AUTHOR HAS PLACED OTHER BOOKS THEY HAVE WRITTEN ON THERE.
For the love of god, spread the good news. This is why the internet is created. Full stop.
So I never authorized any of my books for this website and yet one of my books is there. Guys this is a Pirating site masquerading as a legitimate library. Big time authors who make millions of dollars might not care but mid list authors, like myself, are really hurting due to piracy. If you need a free book visit a real library. They have licensing agreements that benefit authors. It isn’t only money from the sale of a book that is lost. It’s numbers. Poor track sales means an author might never get another book deal. That’s not just loss of income. That is loss of their career. So please don’t pirate books. It is stealing.
This is not legit.
I am so sorry, because I get the excitement, I get “my budget is tight and my library doesn’t have ebooks.” But this is not legit.
Please, please, help me (and authors like me) feed our cats and keep our lights on by not downloading our work from piracy sites.