The Windy Hill Project   

                    A free, downloadable online library 

This site is an online library.  Its purpose is mainly to make information available (and downloadable) on popular topics that are useful and interesting to serious readers.  It also houses the English Center for writers and learners of English.

Accessing the contents of the Windy Hill Library is both simple and secure.  The thousands of books, articles, photos, videos, audio recordings, and links are stored in an anti-virus equipped account.  If you want to gain access to this site's Dropbox, email the site manager using the form on the Contact Page and request the link to it.  You will receive a reply email with the link as soon as possible--usually no more than two or three hours.  The link is yours until you decide to delete it.   

The site's content pages offer a summary of the library's main subject areas.  New subjects are added (depending on demand) about every 2 weeks, and site visitors are welcome to suggest new topics for consideration.

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Content Page 1

ESL, TESOL, TOEFL, Linguistics, Subject Textbooks, ACT, SAT, GRE, Homeschooling,

Large Reference Works, Nutrition and Fitness, Wellness and Self-Awareness, Prepper Survivalist, Medical Files (Physical and Psychiatric), Organic Gardening and Farming.

The English Center

The Center is a resource for learners of English as a Second Language and anyone else who needs help with English language skills.  Services available involve proofreading, grammar instruction, and some private tutoring in special cases.  Unlike the library itself, the Center charges a small fee for some of these services.  See the English Center page of this website for more details.

Content Page 2

1- Nonfiction:Classical Works, Art & Music, History, Religious, New Age Philosophy, Entertainment (Chess Strategy, Blackjack, Metal Detecting, Gold Prospecting, etc.), Military History (World Wars, American Civil War, Famous Battles of the Past), Martial Arts, Contemporary Terrorism.


2-Fiction: Great Works of Prose and Poetry, Cinema, Drama, Science Fiction, Romance, Horror and Gothic, Mystery, Suspense.

Welcome to your library.                                                                                               Content Directory

Joe E. Vines, Ph.D.

       Site Manager