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    Websites Allowing You To Read Books In Instalments [For Free]

    Link 1: Dripread


    Dripread stores the ebook and serializes a page to the readerís email address. You donít have to create an account to use Dripread though that helps to upload your own ebooks and keep track of them. You can also share your ebooks from your account.
    Link 2: DailyLit: Read books online by daily email and RSS feed


    The sign-up is free and then you can fill out your profile information. Getting a free account helps because then you can participate in the forum, create book lists, keep track of new books, get personalized book recommendations, and more.

    DailyLit not only helps you read books on email and RSS but also on other devices like Treo, Blackberry, Sidekick or any other the PDA of your choice. Books are sent out as excerpts (installments) and you opt for the frequency of emails in tune with your comfort. You can set a maximum of four installments to be sent out with each delivery. Each installment doesnít take more than 5 minutes to read.

    DailyLit makes many books available that may not be free otherwise thanks to sponsors. Some books have free sections that readers can subscribe to. Installments are formatted in HTML or kept in plain text.

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    How victorian, this is the way that they used to distribute popular titles to the masses, sans the email of course.

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