Most of the time, this is a problem. When I'm trying to write a blog post or get a chapter of my novel finished, the shiny lure of the World Wide Web is difficult to resist. There are so many things to click on and enjoy! If I stop for a second, I might miss something! Five more minutes on Twitter won't hurt! You get the picture.
Occasionally, however, I'll find an Internet resource that aids me in my writing journey. Instead of a distraction, it becomes an integral part of my writing routine. I plan to cover some of these golden nuggets in a future post. For now, I want to share my most recent discovery: BookBub.
I don't like to spend money. I bet you don't, either. If you're reading this blog, though, I bet you like to read. Your biggest problem with reading is that books cost money. I feel you on that one, friend. It's a terrible thing.
Of course, you could always rent books from the library, but sometimes you might not feel like going out (like me). You want something to read that's cheap, and you want it as soon as possible.
That's where BookBub comes in: just enter your email, tell the site which genres you like, and wait for book discounts to show up in your inbox. It really is that simple. The best part is that you don't just get books you've never heard of for cheap - last week, I got The Body Electric by Beth Revis for free.
What are you waiting for? Sign up for BookBub now and get serious about reading.
*This is not a sponsored post. The thoughts and ideas expressed in this article represent the author's personal opinions.
What do you think about BookBub? What are your tips for reading on a budget?
No money? No problem! @brianawrites shares a great resource for finding discounted ebooks. (Click to tweet)