Ebooks are usually priced much lower than their printed counterparts (many of them are actually free), and you can download them at any time and be reading them within minutes.
Regular readers of this blog know that Amazon has a massive selection of ebooks and that you can read Kindle ebooks without owning a Kindle device, but many of you might not be aware that there are actually other great sources of ebooks besides just Amazon.
The question is, how do you find them? And once you find them, how do you know whether they are any good or not before spending your money and some of your valuable time downloading them and checking them out?
A free service called BookBub is the answer to both of those questions. BookBub’s editors are constantly on the lookout for awesome free and deeply discounted ebooks from multiple sources and covering most every genre. But they don’t list every ebook they run across, just the ones that they personally enjoy and recommend.
Of course there’s no guarantee that you’re going to like every ebook that’s recommended by the folks at BookBub, but I can tell you that I am rarely disappointed when I take advantage of their suggestions. Your choices in ebooks might well be different from mine however, so as they say, “your mileage may vary”.
Bottom line: If you enjoy reading as much as I do, click here to give BookBub a try. And be sure to check back often since their list of recommendations is updated almost continuously.
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