Don't know why I didn't think of this before, google "HP Lovecraft stories online".
Ask and ye shall receive.
Thank you, Project Gutenberg! I have only read a scant few stories of the master, but always had every intention of enlarging my story lore.
I suppose if I had the pricey little electronic gizmo (It walks, it talks, it slithers on its belly like a python! It shimmys like my sister, Kate!) Amazon is always pushing at me evey time I visit their site, I might be able to download all I ever wanted to read from Lovecraft.
That gizmo costs serious money. Maybe if I gritch and beg enough, the Amazon fairy will send me one for review at Texas Trifles. Alas, Bob was never my uncle.
I am not sure I could ever love an electronic gizmo as much as I love the feel and heft of an honest-to-goodness bound book. Maybe I am in danger of falling into the relic category. So be it.
Another thing that bothers me - letting Big Brother know exactly what I read. If I pay with cash, and don't sign up for any friggin' frequent shopper grab-your-personal-info-while-masquerading-as-a-perk plastic ID card, then no one is the wiser as to my reading habits except visitors to our house who peruse my small library offerings. No so with the supersonic electronic gizmo.
Just call me "Old School". I love real books, I love being anonymous on the Big Brother radar (but, what about blogging, you ask), and I love Lovecraft.
Love, love, love....everybody. Love is all you need.