E-books cost on average $7 each. That’s less than the cost of print books, but a two-book-per-week-habit can add up to around $60 per month. Ouch!
We have a solution— FREE e-books. You may be pleasantly surprised at how many downloadable books are available for free, and we’re not talking about just classics — there are also sources for current best-sellers. There are a few ways to obtain free e-books, but most fall into two categories: ones from a sort of a clearing house of free and cheap books, and ones from your e-reader’s creator — for example, Amazon, Apple or Barnes & Noble. All are described on our sister web site, Living on the Cheap, so you can pick what works best for you. To red all about them, click on the following link: