Thursday, January 28, 2016

Do you read all the free ebooks that you download?

I've had promotions that netted me more than 20,000 downloads of free books. Even with the worst possible story (which mine isn't. Has a 4+ star rating across almost all retailers) the law of averages says that at least 10% of that could be counted on to read the next book, which was also free. It doesn't happen, so that leads me to believe that readers are simply not reading. They're hoarding. Is it true? Please, tell us...
Do you read all the free ebooks that you download?

Do you read all the free ebooks that you download?







 
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Today's Book Tidbit:
Did you know that if you buy the paperback through Amazon, many titles give you the ebook at a discounted price? All of mine are free, and so are a lot of others. And, it's retroactive, meaning your past paperback purchases might qualify! Here's the word taken directly from the Amazon page:

Introducing Kindle MatchBook! For thousands of qualifying books, your past, present, and future print-edition purchases now allow you to buy the Kindle edition for $2.99 or less.

Wisdom of the Week
If there are 10 hotdogs in a pack, and 8 buns in a pack, how is that not a conspiracy to get me to buy more than I need?






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