Our Self-Serving Editorial
Golly! The Freelookbookstore and its E-Zine are 18 years old!
The Freelook Bookstore first went online in the year of the Millennium.
During these years it has grown (with no advertisng) to the point where,
every, we give away between 4,000 and 5,000 books! And that doesn't even count the
viewers who read the articles and poems and jokes and movie reviews in
the E-Zine or those who enjoyed our handful of free online books. We have
thousands of happy readers every year! And all for free! That makes us feel so good!
We have nothing to sell. Honest. Our free bookstore offers you a whole
slew of good Classic books in a clear, accessible, digital format.
Download them to your computer and they're all yours. The copyright on
the books covers our proprietary format, but you own the words; you own
the heart of the book. Do you want to carry around some of the great
thoughts of Marcus Aurelius in your wallet? Print them. They're
yours. Specially like the way Mr. Rochester proposes to Jane Eyre?
Save it to disk and keep a copy under your pillow.
In addition, the E-Zine has some pretty-good jokes, interesting trivia,
games, and contests from time to time, plus new stories, a verse or two
to send to your sweetie on Valentine's Day, lots of interesting movie
reviews, and a handful of newer digital books to read online.
The E-Zine, however, is all under copyright. All the modern
novels, and the E-Zine's stories and articles are protected by copyright
from outside use: Again that goes for the short stories, the online
novels, the limericks, poems, film reviews, the format and (certainly!) the artwork!
Want to quote the Flick Chick? Always credit Freelookbookstore.com as
the source, and it's polite to ask us first.
Over the years, we've had numerous downloads of our classics every
month. If you're interested to know, our popular e-books are by Jane
Austin, Edgar Allen Poe, Jack London, and Mark Twain are also very
popular authors. Confucious, the Tao, and Machiavelli get a lot of
Some of our "Best Sellers" are:
Why not explore and see which ones you like best. They're free. No
spam. No strings. No cookies. They're fun they're waiting for you.
Jane Austin's Persuasion
- Melville's Moby Dick
- Jack London's Before Adam
- Machiavelli's The Prince
- Plato's Death of Socrates
- Andrew Lang's The Red Fairy Book
- Stevenson's Kidnapped
- Arthur Conan Doyle's Tales of Terror and Mystery, and of course, Sherlock Holmes
- Jack London's Moon Face . . . and many others.