Whether you are new to the Kindle experience or have used one for a while, in this post you will find some great links to different places and articles where you can learn more about the basics of using the Kindle to get more (mostly free) books and a few utilities to either convert or manage your Kindle eBooks and library. To complete this post you will find a list of places at the end where you can get free Kindle books. Now on to the links!
Syncing all books to Kindle apps and devices - A nice description from Macworld on how to use the Amazon tool, Send to Kindle to get your eBooks synced to your Kindle or Kindle App that you may have downloaded from different locations. Send to Kindle works with PC or Mac.
Official Kindle Help Page – As the title suggests, here is the main page on Amazon for support and help for the Kindle.
How to Do (Almost) Everything With a Kindle 3 – A great Q & A from Wired about using the Kindle with different file types and locations to get new books.
Kindle for Dummies – Here is a great list of different ways to work with your Kindle including, How to Bookmark and Highlight Content on the Kindle, Kindle Shortcuts and Tips, and Taking Notes and Cutting Clippings on Your Kindle, plus many more.
One Hundred Free Books – New books listed everyday from Advice & How To to Travel. A great selection of new titles that are added daily. I check in just about every day and click on the Newest Free Books button.
Project Gutenburg – Offers over 40,000 free ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online.
Kindle Buffet – Free Books! All You Can Eat!
If you know of more locations to get Kindle books or any excellent resources for working with the Kindle, please leave a comment.