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  1. Thank you so, so much for taking the time to do this! I love these old gems, but find sorting through Gutenberg like looking for a needle in a haystack (yet have found some of my favourite authors thanks to your recommendations). I am stranded in Italy (married into it) where it is almost impossible to find books in English I can afford. Yet I am a person who needs to read like I need air and water. You are truly a Nurse Nightingale for my impoverished soul!

    1. Hi Suzanne,an Italian here! Where do you live? I know of many used books store that sell english titles. As an alternative, do you know betterworldbooks.com? I like to buy my English titles there: cheap, free delivery worldwide and it funds literacy programs.
      hugs from Milan
      Anto

  2. Thank you so, so much for taking the time to do this! I love these old gems, but find sorting through Gutenberg like looking for a needle in a haystack (yet have found some of my favourite authors thanks to your recommendations). I am stranded in Italy (married into it) where it is almost impossible to find books in English I can afford. Yet I am a person who needs to read like I need air and water. You are truly a Nurse Nightingale for my impoverished soul!

    1. Hi Suzanne,
      an Italian here! Where do you live? I know of many used books store that sell english titles. As an alternative, do you know betterworldbooks.com? I like to buy my English titles there: cheap, free delivery worldwide and it funds literacy programs.
      hugs from Milan
      Anto

  3. Thank you Alison, this is a great addition to the blog! Is there an easy way to find the page with the different sort of files for ereaders? For instance if I open “Rilla of the Lighthouse”, is there a simple click or do I need to search Gutenberg? Whatever the answer is, thank you!

    1. Good point Rose! I will get around to altering the links to the file pages soon. Makes a whole lot more sense!

  4. Thank you Alison, this is a great addition to the blog! Is there an easy way to find the page with the different sort of files for ereaders? For instance if I open “Rilla of the Lighthouse”, is there a simple click or do I need to search Gutenberg? Whatever the answer is, thank you!

    1. Good point Rose! I will get around to altering the links to the file pages soon. Makes a whole lot more sense!

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