BookBub Offers Daily Deals on Quality eBooks

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of BookBub for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

I love my ereader.  Do you have one?  Don’t get me wrong, I still love the smell of a musty old book, or a brand new unread one, but having an ereader is so conveient!!  I have fiction, dictionaries, cookbooks, owners manuals – whatever I need at the touch of a button.

According to a 2012 poll by the Pew Research Center, 33% of all Americans own either a tablet or eBook reader.  Which means that we are all looking for good deals on books to put on those devices.  But some deals and specials are only for a day.  What if we miss them?  And if we find a deal, how do we know if we’ll even like the book?

Enter BookBub.  Founded in early 2012 by a team of people who have worked in book publishing, book retailing, and online media, BookBub has quickly become the leading daily deal email for digital books, growing to more than one million subscribers.

So how does it work?  It’s so easy.  You just go to and enter your email address.  Next you can pick which genres appeal to you – anything from romance to cooking to science fiction and everything in between.  Then you tell BookBub which companies you want to find about deals from, for example if you have a Kindle, you would probably want deal from Amazon. If you have an iPad you would want deals from the Apple Store.  BookBub can also include specials from Smashwords, Kobo, Sony, Barnes & Noble, and Google Play, depending on what your reader supports.

Once you’ve chedked the boxes, you will receive a daily email with Free and Discounted eBooks geared towards your interests!!  I subscribed to BookBub about a week ago and I have already been impressed by the quality of the books and authors they curated for me.  Here’s a few examples of the authors you might find:

  • Buzz Aldrin
  • Deepak Chopra
  • George C. Scott
  • R.L. Stine
  • Janet Dailey
  • Gooseberry Patch
  • and many more…

All books curated by BookBub are either free or deeply discounted from the original price.  So what do you have to lose?

Do you have any tips on saving money with your eBook reader?  Please leave your tips in the comments below,.

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