The thought of having 97 books to read is downright overwhelming.
Have you thought that, too? Is that thought making you hesitate to get this great bundle? Well, think about it this way:
Maybe you're just interested in the books on cleaning and organizing your home and DIY decorating. (I'm hoping to put these to good use this summer! I have quite the list of things I want to do around the house.)
If you purchased all these books individually, they would cost $77.89. The bundle of 97 books is $29.97! For just these books alone, purchasing the bundle is a savings of nearly fifty dollars.
These five books alone are worth $42.97. That's nearly $13 more than the price of the bundle!
I'm really excited about this next collection of books. I have all summer to work through them and try out new recipes! If you like to cook at all, these books are for you. I REALLY want to try "20-Minute Meals" and "Feed Your Family Nourishing/Real Food On a Budget!"
All these books on cooking and real food are worth $83.81. Buying the whole bundle gives you a savings--on these books by themselves-- of over $53.00!
The collection of books on marriage and romance is one I'm really looking forward to reading, too! I actually own two of these already--"Rekindling Romance" by Jason and Jami Balmet and "31 Days to Great Sex" by Sheila Wray Gregoire. All these books are worth $22.95. Now, that's less than the cost of the bundle, but when you buy the bundle you get these books and ninety-two others! That makes the total cost of the other 92 books only SEVEN DOLLARS. I'd say that's a pretty good deal!
Now, these aren't the only books in the bundle! There are books on pregnancy and babies, home schooling, parenting, and finances. (Plus, don't forget the freebies worth $140!!) Some of these I'll keep to read at a later time in my life, when they're more useful.
You might be wondering (and I asked myself this too at first)--"What am I going to do with all these eBooks?" I have an older laptop, the hard drive of which has already crashed once, and I don't really want to keep all those eBooks on it in case the hard drive fails me again. I plan on saving the eBooks to a disk or flash drive, and then deleting them off my hard drive. You can also download the eBooks from your computer to any mobile device you want to read them on--an iPhone, iPad, Nook, Kindle, or other e-reader. The great thing about all these files is that they're PDFs, which means they can be read on any e-reader, unlike eBooks you buy directly from Amazon which have to be read on Amazon's Kindle device.
If you save them on your computer, you can create files for the different categories, and then save the books in those files--much like a physical file cabinet.
If you had a LOT of paper and ink, you could print all these eBooks: that would fill a whole bookshelf!
Any books you don't need or want, you can give away!
Mother's Day is just a couple weeks away, and these would make great gifts for any woman in your life.
Plus, if you're a blogger, you can use the extra books for giveaways on your blog!
Just make sure you don't read them yourself (you want to give away "new" books that haven't been read!), and delete the files off your computers after you give them to the giveaway winners.
Even if you use only twenty of the eBooks--still a lot!--that leaves you seventy-seven eBooks to give away! You wouldn't have to work hard to find things for giveaways for a LONG time.
I'm also hoping to review the books I read for the authors who wrote them, and become an affiliate for each of those authors individually. That way I can promote each of the fantastic authors of these books!
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If you have any questions I haven't answered, feel free to email me!