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Write@You! Now Offers Direct Links to the 100 Best Online eBook Bargains

Direct Links to the 100 Best Online eBook Bargains

BALTIMORE, MD – May 31, 2011 — Looking for a great deal on the best books of all time? The blog, Write@You!, now offers direct links to FREE downloads of the ‘100 Great Books,’ at https://writeatyou.wordpress.com/100-great-books/ the same classics covered in the undergraduate ‘great books’ education program at St. Johns College, in Annapolis, MD.
“We researched and provided links to the download pages for most of these great works,” says Jon Reisfeld, who uses the blog to write about fiction, indie publishing, politics and the writing life.

All of the links connect to pages at Project Gutenberg, one of the Internet’s leading providers of free, quality ebook downloads. “Project Gutenberg offers downloads in most major e-reader formats,” he says, “but with more than 33,000 ebooks in stock, searching can be time consuming. Our ‘100 Great Books’ directory has been designed to save time for readers interested in these select books.”

The 100 Great Books list includes many of the best works of fiction, including: Shakespeare’s plays, Jane Austin’s “Pride & Prejudice”, Twain’s “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”, Tolstoy’s “War & Peace” and Middlemarch, by Mary Ann Evans (aka George Elliot), to name a few.

An indie writer, with two published works of fiction in ebook format, Reisfeld says he was excited by a project that allowed him to “use some of today’s most advanced communications technology to unite people with some of the greatest writing, and thinking, this planet has ever produced.”

“Plus,” he says, “you simply cannot beat the price!”

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