Win 10 Bestselling YA Fantasy and Sci-Fi Books!

My good friend Maaja Wentz is hosting a draw for 10 bestsellers on her website! Check it out here!

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I have to say I have only read one and a half of them. Cassandra Clare’s work I really don’t care about, but I have heard The Gender Game is one of the hottest Dystopian Sci-fis since The Hunger Games, and I have read The Paper Magician and loved it. Yes, the research is a tad dodgy and the first book is slow in terms of the main character being the centre of action and story progression, but there are some heartwarming characters, quirky lines, and a great magic system — the last of which makes this Fantasy a must-read. Check out my review of The Paper Magician here.

 

 

 

Free/Cheap Books

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A few months ago, I happened across this website called Bookbub, which essentially means cheap or free eBooks! For someone like me who move on a regular basis and has far too much junk, this is heaven.

What you do is, sign up and tick a list of authors whose books you want to know about (basically when they’re discounted) and the kind of books you like — fantasy, crime fiction, romantic suspense, even non-fictions like history and biographies. Every day, Bookbub sends you an email with a list of books you might be interested in that are usually between free and 99p (~99c) on Amazon, Google, Apple, and Kobo. I only use Amazon out of the lot but that’s more than enough.

Aside from snagging discounted books, it also allows me to have a look at cheap books from writers I haven’t heard of. The layout of the email meant I can also take a look at their blurb without clicking in and out like you have to on the actual Amazon webpage. If it looks good, it’s one click to the buy page. I’ve discovered a couple of promising writers — you’ll see my reviews on those books in the next few months, I suspect.

Anyway, check it out for free or cheap books!