AKA: How to horde invisible books
I like books in all formats. Paper, kindle, audiobooks. I want them all. ALL THE BOOKS. Far more than I’ll ever be able to read in my lifetime, I think. I have a book buying moratorium on paper books since both of the bookshelves I have are double stacked and it would be unacceptable to the people I live with to just stack them on the floor. Which, for the record, I think is a fine way to keep books.
There’s a lot of ways to pick up cheap books. But I like the internet and instant gratification (read: instant download). So there are a few places I frequent to add to my growing Kindle collection. There’s something for all literary tastes.
I usually scour the Amazon monthly deals right after the beginning of the month. The cheap price makes me adventurous and I usually find a couple titles outside of my usual genres to add to my TBR.
Also!! Many classics have moved into public domain and both Amazon and Barnes and Noble keep their own stock of these titles in ebook for free. Or you can visit Project Gutenberg or Google Books.