A few days ago I was informed of a fabulous collection of free ebooks called Project Gutenberg. They have a collection of over 30,000 books available to read online or download in several formats. Did I mention that these 30,000 books are available for FREE? Who doesn't love that? These are older books who are available because their copyright has expired, so you won't be finding the latest best-sellers but you will find many, many older classic books. I've been using it to read Tess of the D'Urbervilles since the free copy I had found was littered with typos. Their copy was fantastic, no typos or missing quotations marks. So, I just wanted to pass along this information to any and everyone because I think it's just a marvelous resource.
I'd like to give a huge shout-out to Jump_Raven for filling me in on it. Thanks a ton!