December 2019 Kindle ebook purchases #bookhaul

Anyone who knows me, or follows this blog knows for sure that I have more than enough to read. I’ll never run out of great reading material.

However, like most bookworms, bookbloggers, and all other book obsessed people, I cannot seem to stop purchasing more books.  It is a sickness.  Also… I cannot resist a bargain. I use the excuse that Ebooks don’t take up any physical space. LOL

In December of 2019 I purchased FOURTEEN new ebooks from Amazon.ca

The total of my expenditure for these 14 novels was $ 14.23 Cdn.  If you do the math and average out the price, that works out to be about $ 1.02 each !!!  BARGAIN!

I’ve linked the covers to Goodreads so that you can read all about the book if it seems like it might appeal to you.

$1.99


$1.32


.99¢


.99¢


FREE


.99¢


.99¢


$1.69


$1.31


.99¢


.99¢


.99¢


.99¢


FREE

Don’t be mislead into thinking that FREE Kindle books are not great reads. Remember, they often put first of series on sale at bargain prices (or free) to introduce readers to the series. Also, sometimes the publisher just wants to ‘push’ a certain author. Check out the Kindle deals available to you in your region. And no… I am NOT affiliated with Amazon in any way.

If I dropped everything else in my life and spent every waking moment reading, I still couldn’t get through every book I want to read before I died of old age. And that’s not even considering all the new titles that continue to come to my attention every day…

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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17 Responses to December 2019 Kindle ebook purchases #bookhaul

  1. carhicks says:

    I say the same thing all the time Lynne. Too many books to read, not enough time to read them. Enjoy all your new additions when you get to them.

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  2. Ohhh looks like I’m adding more to my list too! That’s okay. I like what you said about having a book cushion. It does feel good knowing they are there waiting patiently for us 🙂
    Happy New Year!! ❤

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  3. Kelly says:

    It’s true that buying books and reading books are two entirely different hobbies 😄

    Like

  4. Carol says:

    Nice haul! We’re like squirrels storing up nuts for winter! Better to be prepared is my motto!

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  5. Bree says:

    I REALLY enjoyed Jane Doe!

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  6. stargazer says:

    Yup, buying more books is like an addiction, it can’t be helped! But surely, ebooks don’t count? As you say, they don’t take up any space and you don’t even have to get your credit card out. 😉

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  7. I feel your pain Lynne, I’m never going to live long enough either. I bought 477 books last year and read 30. That 477 was on top of the literally thousands I already have to read. Still at least we’re happy! Happy New Year!!

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