eBooks & BookBub

Posted By on Apr 25, 2016 | 0 comments

Although I absolutely adore the smell of a new book and the excitement held within its pages when you open it for the first time, there’s also something magical about the eBooks on my iPad. Mainly it’s because I always have a myriad of books available at my fingertips when I finish the book I’m reading. Since I discovered BookBub the number of books I have available to read at any given time has grown and the bookworm is me is ecstatic!

I first came across BookBub on Twitter when someone shared a link to the daily discounted eBooks. Some were discounted and some were completely free. The bargain-hunter in me was thrilled! I signed up to their site and noted the genres I was interested in, and the rest is happy, book-reading history!

Of course the cheapskate in me has only downloaded the free eBooks but these have kept me enthralled over the past weeks/months. Some of the eBooks I have downloaded are quite short where I can immerse myself in someone else’s “life” for a few hours (according to the speed of my reading measured on the Kindle app). So far these are the books I’ve devoured.

An Eclair to Remember by Rich Amooi

Finding My Prince Charming by JS Cooper

Girl’s Guide to Witchcraft: A Humorous Paranormal Romance by Mindy Klasky

Remember This by Shae Buggs

Something in the Heir by Jenny Gardiner

Summer at Sea by Beth Labonte

The Housewife Assassin’s Handbook by Josie Brown

The Wedding Trap by Adrienne Bell

What Stays in Vegas by Beth Labonte

Winter in Sweetwater County by Ciara Knight

I really love that over the past few weeks I have got home from work and opened up my iPad to read rather than switching on the TV. (This could also be because I’m running out of things to watch that I’ve downloaded to the hard-drive.) Not to mention waking up on the weekend (when I am lucky enough not to have any plans) and making myself a cup of coffee then continuing on with my latest story.

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