Christmas is a huge book buying season, and that certainly includes ebooks. I will be posting the deals I find daily for those of you looking for reading bargains.
Amazon’s Kindle Daily Deals include supernatural thriller The Rook: A Novel for $2.99, the classic Second Nature: A Gardener’s Education for $1.99 and a animal-lover’s romance, The Dogs of Christmas for $2.99. There are also over a thousand titles in all genres at up to 85% off in the Holiday Deals section.
The Barnes and Noble Nook Daily Find is offering the first three books in Sherrilyn Kenyon’s bestselling The League series for $2.99 each. They also have several special pricing sections: 101 Nook Books Under $2.99 and Nook Books for under $5.00.
Kobo’s Daily Deal is Mistletoe Murder by Leslie Meier for $1.99. The store also has a section of Great Reads for $4.99 or Less.
(Note: All prices current at the time of posting and subject to change. Most items marked Daily Deals are good for only the day posted.)
As someone who like to buy complete series from authors I like, I have been excited to see more and more multi-book collections by a single author being offered by traditional publishers. Some of them are available at substation discounts; others are offered as a simple, convenient way to buy all of the books in a series by an author.
Here are a few of my latest finds from Amazon:
The Complete Rebus Collection: Eighteen Books by Ian Rankin for $58.99. (This averages out to an amazing $3.33 per book!)
The Complete Navarone 4-Book Collection: The Guns of Navarone, Force Ten From Navarone, Storm Force from Navarone, Thunderbolt from Navarone features all four books for only $2.99.
You can also find The Dresden Files Collection 1-6 (The Dresden Files Box-Set) and The Dresden Files Collection 7-12: A Fragment of Life (The Dresden Files Box-Set) for $53.99 each. (That’s an average of $1 off the usual price of each book.)
I also have seen more and more collections being offered as Daily Finds on Barnes and Noble. 🙂
The only problem I am having is finding a systematic way to search for them – at this point, it is often a matter of chance or someone else finding them and posting them first. Using the word collections has not brought good results!
How do you find your collections? Any tips to share?
(Note: All prices subject to change. They were current at time of writing this post.)