All good writers should do plenty of reading, and sometimes the library's too far away. Or all the books are in a language you can't read, as in my case. And buying new books all the time is an expensive habit. It certainly is for me - I buy a book, read it, and look for another one the next day. So, I started this thread so we can all share our favourite places to find reading material online. No list of this nature would be credible without a link to Project Gutenberg, where you can find free books that have gone out of print. Lots of classic fiction and older works here. Infinity Plus is a British sci-fi and fantasy site, with excerpts, short stories, reviews and interviews. It's nice and clean, free of nonsense, and it's alphabetically indexed. Plus, a lot of the writers are really good, too. Incidentally, one of my favourite stories from infinity plus: A dry, quiet war. Baen Books are offering a bundle of their stuff for free, online. Cory Doctorow puts most of his stuff on the Internet for free. He writes a very cool brand of near future sci-fi. Eastern Standard Tribe is definitely one of my favourites. Post your free, (legit) online libraries in this thread! I know there must be some that I haven't found, and I'm sure you know about them. If this thread gets big enough it might even turn into a handy, sticked resource.