I hope everyone had a wonder Christmas and for those of you who received a new Kindle, I will share where I get the majority of my books for either free or about .99 cents.
I recently posted about how I earned a FREE Kindle Fire but since then I have earned enough Amazon credits to exchange my old Kindle fire for a new Kindle HD 8.9″. Its the perfect size for me especially when I take it in the kitchen to use for recipes I have stored or throw it in my purse for reading when out and about. Also, if you have an old electronic item, be sure to check out Amazon’s Trade-In Store. I was able to turn in my old 7″ Kindle Fire for about $50.00 of Amazon credits. I have traded in a couple of older electronics with them in the past with no problems. They email you a mailing label to ship in your old electronic, after you fill out the form to see if you item qualifies for an exchange, and in about 2 weeks you will receive your trade in value in your Amazon account.
Now on to the free ebooks. Actually, as long as I have had a Kindle, I have only bought a few full price ebooks and I have maybe 200 books now on both Kindles. More than I can read any time soon. I am also an Amazon Prime Member where I can borrow a book once a month too.
For me BookBub is my favorite. I receive an email everyday with a listing of Free or .99 cent books offered at Amazon. They have books of many different genres to choose from. I’ve gotten a few nice cookbooks with their listings in the past.
Another place is Free Ebooks and Tips. Since he is an affiliate for Amazon, 80% of the books he offers on his website or emails have to be books you pay for. But again, the price is about .99 cents. He also likes to give away a Kindle Fire or other accessory every now and again.