Boxed Sets & #FREE #Kindle #ebooks on #ReadTuesday, Dec. 9 (like Black Friday, but for #Book Lovers)

Legends of Windemere

BOXED SETS & FREE KINDLE BOOKS

Read Tuesday is a Black Friday type of event just for book lovers on December 9, 2014.

We’re featuring amazing sale prices on a variety of e-books and print books, but none of the prices are better than those that are FREE.

Visit the Read Tuesday catalog Kindle freebies here:

https://readtuesday.com/free-kindle-books

There are some great books on the list, such as Beginning of a Hero, the first book in Charles E. Yallowitz’ sword and sorcery fantasy series, Legends of Windemere. (I can personally recommend that the characters and storyline of this series are fascinating, as I’ve actually read this book myself.) Not only is the first book in the series free, you can also save $2 on each of the other volumes in the series on December 9 (reg. $2.99, now 99 cents). Save $9 on the whole series (combined savings of 70%).

We also have some incredible savings on boxed sets:

https://readtuesday.com/boxed-sets

For example, check out Heroes to Swoon For, which has 11 contemporary romances (including 9 full-length novels) for 99 cents (save 90% off the regular price).

You can find many other great books to choose from on the other Read Tuesday catalogs (see below).

Save on print books and e-books. Shop at Amazon or Smashwords. Fiction, nonfiction, adult, teen, children. We have a nice variety of books to choose from.

But December 9 will be over before you know it. (Fortunately, some books start early or end late. But grab it before the sale ends. Also, allow for differences in time zones or possible delays for price changes to take effect at Amazon.)

Happy Read Tuesday! 🙂

CATALOG

We have both print books and e-books participating. (Did you know that e-books can be gifted? Learn how here.)

Choose one of the following pages, depending on your interests:

(1) Kindle Deals

These Kindle e-books are on sale. Find several low-priced deals (even freebies):

https://readtuesday.com/countdown-deals

(2) Buy the Print Book, Get the Kindle Edition Free (Great Gift Option)

These books take advantage of Amazon’s MatchBook tool, setting the MatchBook offer to free. First purchase the print edition at Amazon, then get the Kindle edition for free. Read the instructions at the top of this catalog (click the following link) to learn more (it includes pictures to help make sure that the MatchBook price will be free).

https://readtuesday.com/matchbook

(3) Smashwords Coupon Codes

Prefer to buy e-books at Smashwords? Check out these discount codes (up to 100% off).

https://readtuesday.com/smashwords

(4) Print Book Discount Codes (Paperbacks Make for Great Gifts)

These discount codes are valid at CreateSpace (an Amazon company, though the codes don’t work at Amazon, only at CreateSpace). Find discounts up to 40% off. The per-book shipping charges are more economical if you purchase multiple books (be sure to apply each discount code and check that the savings are applied to all of the books).

https://readtuesday.com/createspace

(5) Free Print Books

This includes two kinds of free print books. Some are Goodreads Giveaway contests that you can enter. Others are free review copies that authors have available (contact the author at the link provided to learn more).

https://readtuesday.com/free-print-books

Meet Some of the Authors

https://readtuesday.com/meet-the-authors

DON’T MISS OUT!

Follow the Read Tuesday blog, or follow us at Twitter or Facebook to keep up with future Read Tuesday opportunities. We’ll highlight occasional deals during the year, and have another big (bigger!) Read Tuesday event in 2015.

READ TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2014

Give the gift of reading this holiday season.

Chris McMullen, founder of Read Tuesday

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13 responses to “Boxed Sets & #FREE #Kindle #ebooks on #ReadTuesday, Dec. 9 (like Black Friday, but for #Book Lovers)

  1. Reblogged this on Davetopia and commented:
    All good readers accept in their heart of hearts there is no such thing as too many books. So it makes sense to buy while they are cheaper.
    Not a Kindle user? There are deals on non-Kindle books further down the post.

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