There are times when you want to get your hands on a book that deserves to be read, but you also want to read for free. What if we told you that's a possibility? Bookworms, with these easy-to-use online libraries, you can have your cake, and eat it too. Here's how!
Online Libraries To Bookmark To Make The Most While Social Distancing
This Library tops our list for simply being an 'Open' one. It basically means that anyone's allowed to publish their work here (as long as it's informative and worth the read). Their ultimate goal is to make all the published works of people (in all domains) available to everyone in the world. So you get to read the best of books, and if you're a writer too, this one's a great platform to publish your work. The best part is that you can even sponsor a book to someone through the website.
They're one of the most organised online libraries. We love the name, and we love the collection here. You'll get biographies, graphic novels, classics, and even Gujarati and Hindi books here. And in case you're only interested in reading summaries, they've got your back.
This one offers more than thousands of books that can be read online for free. All of these books are sorted by their title, and the website also has links to sites with free reference books, biographies and science books. Though mostly used for research, you can also read a lot of good fiction/non fiction here.
They're as quirky as their name. Featuring over a 100 free books from a wide range of authors, Authorama has a pretty easy way of navigation on their site. You've just got to choose an alphabet, and all the authors that have names beginning from that particular alphabet, are displayed in front of you (Library feels max) From Jane Austen to Anderson, you'll find it all here.
DailyLit offers a unique service for reading free books online. It lets you choose classic and contemporary books, post which the books will be sent out in installments via RSS feed or email. They also publish new serials and short stories that are specially designed to watch/read digitally.