Resources for Free Reading Material During Quarantine [Updated: 3/31]

Obviously, a global pandemic has always been a threat, but COVID-19 seems to have just caught everyone off-guard with how terrible it’s been. It’s scary, and people are struggling with being laid-off or losing their jobs, being quarantined, having to homeschool their children and deal with so many other stressful situations right now. One of […]

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Nicholas Eames, Rachel Aaron, & Lisa Duffy – Kindle Deals, 3/3/2020

Every day Amazon has incredible ebook deals, and here are twenty-five of the best for today. All of these ebooks are under $5, and most of them are under $3. If you see something you want, snatch it up – many of these deals are one day only. Don’t have a Kindle? There are a […]

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Denise Mina, Gregg Olsen, & Marie Lu – Kindle Deals, 3/1/2020

Every day Amazon has incredible ebook deals, and here are twenty-five of the best for today. All of these ebooks are under $5, and most of them are under $3. If you see something you want, snatch it up – many of these deals are one day only. Don’t have a Kindle? There are a […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Kindle Unlimited

Is Kindle Unlimited worth it? To many people, Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited is a great ebook subscription service. For $9.99 per month, you can read as many Kindle Unlimited ebooks as you wish, and there are thousands of options available. (psst… to get a free month of Kindle Unlimited, head to the bottom of the article!) […]

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What is DRM-Protected Media, and Why You Should Care

E-readers have become commonplace, and most bookworms have a Kindle or Nook that they carry around with them. Most of your ebooks have DRM protection, something that most people don’t think about much. What does it mean for your ebooks that they are DRM-protected? Why should you care about it at all? Recently, Microsoft has […]

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Print Books vs Ebooks – My Perspective

The most common debate in the bookish community seems to be print books versus digital books. Everyone has a strong opinion one way or the other, even if they use both methods of reading. Earlier today, I read an article from Lifehacker entitled, “You Don’t Own the Music, Movies, or Ebooks You ‘Buy’ on Amazon or […]

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