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Get eBooks Free LLC Surpasses 1 Million Titles in eBook Library
(EMAILWIRE.COM, February 17, 2012 ) Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - Membership for an online eBook library is on the rise as' style=''>Get eBooks Free LLC has announced that over 1 million eBooks are available in the companys media library. This is the result of over a year of hard work in collecting and categorizing countless files and preparing them for distribution.

Users of only pay a one-time fee in order to access the vast collection of books that can be downloaded to almost any e-reader or computer. This revolutionary business model has already allowed thousands of people to download free eBooks without having to go through a complicated search process.

Weve really streamlined everything and put it right in front of the user, it is basically a 3 click process, and theyve got their free eBook. explains Chad Smith, founder of Get eBooks Free LLC. This works with PCs, Macs, iPads, iPhones, Kindles, pretty much anything that can read a PDF is compatible with

Instead of paying $15 for every copy of an eBook from popular online retailers, Smith has put together a collection of free eBooks that is hosted on a trusted web server. While there are peer to peer programs that can help users get access to eBooks, problems like viruses and unsecured connections plague most networks. is not a peer to peer network, rather, the user is downloading the file directly from the web server.

About Get eBooks Free LLC

Get eBooks Free LLC was founded in mid 2011 by internet entrepreneur Chad Smith, who has managed the company, through the website, and helped its media collection grow to over 1 million titles in under a year.

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