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books in the palm of your hands..

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so i read books. not as much as i would like of course but i do read them. not in the physical paper sense, i love to have my books in the palm of my hand. well actually i like to have them on my palm. so i usually get my reading in the form of ebooks. Ebooks are much easier to carry around and it beats lugging your whole library around you when you travel.

so recently i found another option for me to buy my ebooks. now my acid test for a good ebooks dealer is to see if they have any stephen king books. they have a bunch of them so that's pretty much sorted. the next test would be on price. now a quick check to see if the low price they claim is true saw me comparing the price for this book that i got at dealer X. Dark Tower 7 cost $9.99 discounted to $8.99 if you subscribe to the newsletter. at the same book costs $7.79. that's a no brainer eh?

don't forget that you can also find ebooks in various different formats. and with a growing library of 190,000 ebooks, you can be sure that you'll find what you're looking for at
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