Just thought I would throw my 2 cents in. Barnes & Noble has, as of this post, 1,830,032 results for $0.00. How's that for a freebie list, huh? Barnes & Noble has the best free ebook list around. To me it seems that most of the other sites has just the classics for free and a few others tossed in for good measure.
Here is the link for Barnes & Noble's 1, 830,032 free ebooks if you would like it:
Click Here, I hope this helps you out.
From the NOOKbook page on the computer click "Free ebooks" or the "Steals 'n' Deals" to bring up a selection of ebooks. To search for free ebooks enter "0.00" into the search box; you'll get over a million hits. You can narrow your search by adding "0.00" to other search terms like "western 0.00" or "business 0.00" etc.
Doug Paradee also has a thread on this board which lists free books. He does a WONDERFUL job of updating his list. You might want to check it out.
Looking for free ebooks/audio go to "Overdrive Media console" they have ebooks and digital audio.
Check out you public library online and look for "Overdrive Digital Downloads". It is just like getting books from the local library, but online.
there's a link to the weekly free ebooks...'Free NOOKBooks' on the home page after you've signed in
Is there a link to view the listing of free books?