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Upload your e-books, organise your reading lists, and discover great new titles with Libreture.

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Specially designed for DRM-free e-books, Libreture keeps your books safe, helps you organise them into reading lists, keep track of where you bought them, and download your books to any device whenever you like.

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  • Upload and automatically catalogue all your DRM-free ePub, Mobi and PRC books.

  • Organise your library into handy reading lists that help you manage your collection.

  • Share your reading lists to help everyone find great DRM-free bookshops.

  • Explore other users' libraries to widen your horizons and discover your next favourite book.

  • Download your next To Be Read to any device, any time.

  • Private by default, public by choice. Keep your reading activity hidden, or publicly display some or all.

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Latest Bookshops

  • Dynamite Digital

    Dynamite's CEO and Publisher, Nick Barrucci explains that:

    "Expanding into DRM-free content, made available directly to consumers from our website, is simply giving the consumers the option for what they want and how they want it, and continues to reach out to a non-traditional comic-reading audience."

    Dynamite have a massive selection of comics. From Battlestar Galactica: Zarek to Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time, there's a range and depth to their collection. I'm going to dive into the Pathfinder titles and maybe some Bob's Burgers.

  • DriveThru Comics

    A part of OneBookshelf, DriveThru provide a number of online shops for digital comics, RPGs, fiction and card games.

    Their comic shop is another place where the comic-hungry fan can discover titles from their favourite publishers. From 2000AD to White Wolf, there's plenty from across the genre spectrum, all in DRM-free PDF format.

    If you can't find your comic anywhere else, try DriveThruComics.

  • Top Shelf Comics

    Top Shelf have followed the other great comic book publishers and retailers by starting to convert to a DRM-free model.

    They have a few ready right now, including title by Jess Fink, Robert Venditti, Brett Weldele and others. They'll be making many more books available DRM-free in the future.

    Another great addition to a growing trend.

  • Thrillbent

    According to the creators, Mark Waid and John Rogers, Thrillbent is

    "...an experiment in new-media publishing."

    The experiment seems to be a blend of free-to-view webcomics with DRM-free PDF download versions available to buy.

    The webcomics are different from the usual static panels, though. They've been designed to seem dynamic when viewed online, but still work as PDFs when bought and downloaded. A very interesting direction, that I hope takes off.

    And, of course, there's plenty of Cthulhu-related content.

  • 2000AD

    The British comic book publisher, 2000AD have been providing DRM-free versions of their comics since 2007.

    A great alternative to online comic services that don't let you download what you've bought. Along with the Rebellion bookshop they have your Dredd covered.

    Available in both PDF and CBZ (Comic Book Archive) formats.

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What people are saying about Libreture

I'm using Libreture to manage my books now and it's a very cool service...
Nigel

I recently signed up to this. It's a nice way of storing all your DRM Free eBooks in one place. You can also share your library with others! It also helps support DRM-Free authors, publishers and bookshops by allowing users to link to where they got it from.
Andrew