There are several different things I do to find free books for Kindle. The easiest and widest net is to click on Kindle e-books and then sort them from price low to high (look for that tool over to the right of the page). However, be forewarned, you will wade through a lot of free pornographic titles that way, many with vile images on the covers, so if you choose that route, don’t have the kids or husband nearby. I am not a visual person and I focus on text rather than images, and I still find it disturbing at times.
bookbubs and freebooksy are both websites that mention a few free books each day.
You can also choose from one of the selections over in the left- fiction, non-fiction, religious, how-to, etc, and again, sort by price from low to high.
Thrifty Homemaker Finds is another source- you should bookmark her or friend her on FB. I don’t use her for the free Kindle books I pass on, though. After I’ve done all of the above, I browse through her listings to see if I’ve missed anything, and if I see something good, I just ‘share’ it, passing on the link. If she’s done the work, I think she should get the credit.
Lastly, it helps to know your authors and titles, which is something I think I do bring to the table when it comes to the older books, though there are undoubtedly others still more knowledgeable than I. Not many of them that spend time every morning wading through the free Kindle books, though.;0D