Originally Posted by malkie13
While there are plenty of ways to "acquire" copies of books, which of the actual, legit web stores offer content that plays nice with Calibre?
: multi-genre ebook store; books available in "multiformat" are downloadable in LRF, and several other formats (which allows you to convert & tweak them yourself, if you care to spend the time).
: Science fiction, includes many current books & older ones that have been converted to ebook. Their monthly webscriptions include a bundle of 5-7 books for $15; books are purchasable individually for around $5 each.
: free ebooks, available in ePub or PDF, including PDFs formatted to fit Sony Readers.
: more free ebooks--wider selection than feedbooks, but many are straight Gutenberg imports with no reformatting.
Some readers prefer Feedbooks' formatting; others prefer Manybooks'. Manybooks puts a blank line between paragraphs; Feedbooks indents the first line instead.
The sixteen free Harlequin romances
are available in ePub format. However, Harlequin's standard ebooks
are only available as DRM'd .pdf, .lit or .mobi.