Cheap eBooks for Your New eReader

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Posted on 12/28/2012

There's a common thread underneath millions of Christmas trees this year. Wrapped up in small, rectangle packages are eReaders. And now that millions of people have a way to consume digital reading material, check out these sources for cheap eBooks.


Public Library Most public libraries now offer free eBooks. You'll need a library card to access the catalog, but it works just like regular books. You'll have access to them for a certain amount of time and after that the book will expire, disappearing from your device.


Kobo
Kobo boasts over one million free eBooks. Simply search using any keyword. Then filter your results by selecting the "Free Only" option from the pull-down menu.


Vyrso Deals
Vyrso supplies eBooks written by Christian authors for any mobile device. Vyrso offers a regularly rotating list of deals, including freebies. Just head to Vyrso.com/deals to browse titles.


All You Can Books
Receive unlimited access to all of the audiobooks and eBooks you want for free for 15 days when you sign up for a free trial membership at allyoucanbooks.com. After 15 days the price of a membership is $14.99 a month.


Dzanc Books
Dzanc Books publishes award-winning literary fiction and now you can receive their content digitally through an eBook club. The Dzanc Books eBook Club sends members a new eBook on the first day of every month. Subscriptions are $5 a month or $55 for an annual membership.


By Alison Storm


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