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www.ProHealth.com • March 13, 2013


People with fibromyalgia who enjoy reading sometimes find ourselves torn between buying books, which can get expensive, and going to the library, which often takes more energy than we can muster. 

Fortunately, there is another alternative – ebooks.  Project Gutenberg offers over 42,000 free ebooks.  You can download them or read them online.  Most of the books are also offered as free Kindle books that can be sent to your mobile device. 

You may be wondering how Project Gutenberg can offer so many books for free.  That's because the books they offer are either books whose copyrights have expired and are in common domain, or books by authors that choose to give away some of their work for promotion.

Here's the link where you can begin browsing through Project Gutenberg's online book catalog
 




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