Friday, May 26, 2023

Adding to the TBR #8

Free books

Greetings fellow bloggity readers,

I'm still slowly on the mend and I've got a big post coming soon with Helen's books read that goes back all the way to December 2022. Gasp!! Anyway, that's going to take a while to put together, so in the meantime, how about some freebies?

Books are free at the time of putting this post together. Prices of books can change at any time for any reason.
My apologies if any of them are no longer free.

Last First Kiss by Melanie Shawn

Knox by Susan May Warren

Justice by Ann Voss Peterson

Fair Catch by Kandi Steiner

Speakeasy by Sarina Bowen

The Secret by Kristen Proby

Claimed By The Panther by Zoe Chant

Lawless by Crystal Ash

Bachelor Beast by Grace Goodwin

That's it for today. Do any of these pique your interest? Are you going to one-click on any of them?

Enjoy your reading.

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  1. I've got so many freebies, esp in bookbub, but I very rarely end up reading them. Lol

    1. I love freebies. The best thing about them is getting them for free, and then someone hypes or raves about it and I find it already in my library. Score!! That's happened to me a few times and I'm always thrilled about it.

      Also, how did you see this post? I haven't sent out any notifications yet? I don't think the newsletter goes out till tomorrow morning, my time.

  2. Replies
    1. There are always so many freebie campaigns via Bookfunnel, but I prefer them from Amazon so they are in my library.

    2. Ah, I found it by looking on the Web site itself!

    3. Awesome! You're way ahead of the curve then. I kinda snuck this one in.

    4. You can put them in your library, although they show as docs. I used to but ,now, only if I read them

    5. I do that for the ones I know I'm going to read immediately. The ones I don't, I save to my Calibre library and add them to my Amazon library when I'm ready to read them so they don't clog that up. Mind you, my actual purchased books library in my Kindle/Amazon cloud is often affectionately referred to as a black hole.