Do You Read For Pleasure?

My daughter is seriously the queen of reading for pleasure..and goes through books very fast. A couple of years ago, she took over my Kindle Reader and I've been downloading e-books for her routinely. Well, last week I stumbled upon a company that has make my life so much easier...that I wanted to share them with you. The company is BookBub and they send me an email almost every day with the latests great deals on e-books for my Kindle (they also work with Nook, and other readers).
They do not cost anything to be a member...nothing, nada, not one red penny! And, they don't hound you with multiple emails about other deals or products. Just their almost daily single email that lists all of the books available that day (and some for longer than a day). They include the photo and writeup on the book...and all you do is click and it takes you right to the Amazon book page for you to download the e-book just like you'd normally do. Don't know just how the other readers work...but they do offer them...so worth checking them out. I just download six more mystery, romance, and fiction books for Sommer's kindle...all free. They also had some for 99cents and 1.99...but, I don't even bother with those. In the past week...I've gotten her over a dozen books...so she will be set for a while!
Here's the link for trying BookBub...and I am not getting paid for this...I just seriously think they are a great company and save me tons of time 'remembering' to go look for books...and not having to wonder if Sommer is "out of books".
And, these are not "partial book" you get the entire book. Sometimes publishers will offer a book for free for a limited time to help introduce new authors, or promote a sequel by offering the prior book, or just to promote a new book. If you are not aware of this "timely" offers...you miss out. So, this company has a great idea...worth passing on to friends and family that read too!
Aren't I a good sales person for them...too bad it's not a paying gig! Ha!
 
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7 comments:

Sheila said...

Aren't they great. I found them and love it even though I haven't found a lot of time lately to read.

desertskyquilts said...

Your daughter and I are two of a kind! Yes, it takes me no time to get more books on the Kindle than I can easily access without turning too many pages. LOL I've been using the library a lot lately, too. I can easily get more books than I can actually read in the time they allow, if things get busy, but oh, well. I've read more than 50 grown up books and probably 100 children's books since January 1. I write children's book tests when I have nothing else to do.

KatieQ said...

I signed up about a month ago and have really enjoyed receiving the daily emails. I've been able to download some good books for free.
I'm glad you posted about it. I'm sure there are a lot of readers who would enjoy receiving email from them.

KatieQ said...

I signed up about a month ago and have really enjoyed receiving the daily emails. I've been able to download some good books for free.
I'm glad you posted about it. I'm sure there are a lot of readers who would enjoy receiving email from them.

Erma Amorella said...

Thanks for the link. I just signed up, I did not order any because last week I bought 5 books for my Kindle and I have only read 1/2 of one. Got a lot in my plate at the moment. Erma

acestchn said...

I found this sight about a year ago and have downloaded quite a few books from them. All free. Great site. Here is another site that is all free books that you might want to check out. http://www.dailyfreebooks.com/free_ebooks/c/?&source=both
You can also sign up to get the best e-mailed to your e-mail account. Happy reading to your daughter!

Debbie said...

I love to read also and there are some other low cost book sites such as Riffle (they also free books occasionally). There is also FreeBooksey. If you had a Nook or an iPad with the Nook app downloaded, there are Free Book Fridays. Just like Nook on Facebook and announcements will be made there.