I have a bit of a problem. I want more books than I have money in my bank account. So, what is a girl to do? Simple. Get a Kindle app and then scour the web for great deals and freebies to download.
Yes, when you download a free book, you do sometimes get what you paid for and it isn’t the best quality. However, sometimes, you stumble across a rare gem that you would have happily paid full price and then some to read.
Here are some of my favorite resources for great deals and discounts on ebooks.
http://www.ohfb.com – One Hundred Free Books will definitely bring some variety and interesting deals to you daily. They publish a list 2-3 times a day of special deals. I have found many enjoyable reads here.
http://www.bookbub.com – This is the best known website for great ebook deals. It conveniently lets you set up a list of your favorite genres and will email you daily with deals just for you. This is a great starting point and very user friendly.
http://www.theereadercafe.com – Another great source that will send automated emails to you as well. They have an excellent variety and some deals that I haven’t seen on the other sites.
http://www.robinreads.com – Another site that will email you daily. This does tend to have some overlap with the other sites but will occasionally have a deal not found elsewhere.
http://www.earlybirdbooks.com – This will have discounts on great books and usually one free classic a day. These are usually one day deals and you will want to take advantage of the email feature to ensure you don’t miss out.
http://www.bookbarbarian.com – Focusing on sci-fi and fantasy, this will have a smaller list of genre-specific deals. If you love magic or space adventures, this is a must for you. They will often list titles that are overlooked by the larger lists.
http://www.digitalbookspot.com – This website is incredibly thorough and usually my first stop of the day. It will send an email reminder as well.
I have enjoyed hours of reading due to the special deals and discounts from these websites. Do you have any resources to recommend?