Are you one who still like to read the old school way of either a hardback or paperback book? I used to be like that up until about a little over a year ago when I needed to walk on my treadmill to help with hip pain issues I’d been having. However, either walking with a book in hand or even trying to lean it against the treadmill area made it more difficult than I’d like to have had it.
Then I asked my husband if I could borrow his Kindle so I could use it while I walked on the treadmill. This is how I fell in love with ebooks. It is so much easier to use. You don’t need a book light as the screen does that for you. You can adjust the lighting to suit your needs at the time.
The thing is, I’ve purchased tons of books in the past, especially through Amazon, and I’d hate to have to purchase them all for the ebook price just to have it in an ebook. Then one day while on Amazon, I saw something about Kindle Matchbook. It’s a really kewl program that Amazon has started to offer where, if the books you’ve purchase before, whether paperback or hardback, happen to be apart of this program, you can purchase the ebook versions of the same books for a significant discount ranging anywhere from $2.99 or less.
So, I figured what would it hurt if I just checked it out. Well, Jeannette Oke’s entire Love Comes Softly series that I purchased, all eight books, were all apart of the program. Instead of having to repurchase them for $9.99 a piece I was able to get them all for $2.99 each. For me, it saved me a ton of money. Here’s the link to the program: Kindle Matchbook.
Have you ever used the program before? Or have you ever heard of it? If not, does it sound appealing to you?