Author Topic: Paying for Kindle books.  (Read 15064 times)

tlars699

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Re: Paying for Kindle books.
« Reply #50 on: February 17, 2015, 10:35:42 AM »
Another source of cheap books: StoryBundle. They sell books as a bundle and you decide how much you are willing to pay. Usually there are a bunch of writers you've never heard of bundled with a never before seen work from a popular writer in that genre.

https://storybundle.com/

To quote from their FAQ:

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What is StoryBundle?
Glad you asked! StoryBundle is a way for people who love to read to discover quality indie books written by indie authors. You know how it's always hard to find something good to read? StoryBundle hopes to solve that.

We take a handful of books—anywhere from six to nine—and group them together to offer as a bundle. Then you, the reader, can take a look at the titles we've chosen and decide how much you'd like to pay. Think of us like a friend that scours independent books for undiscovered gems, then bundles these titles together for one low price that you decide. Yeah, we mean it; you get to set the price that you want to pay!

There are a fixed set of books that we offer in a bundle, and each bundle is available only for a limited time. If you miss out on the bundle, you'll have to buy the books individually from each author. We feature each bundle only once, once it's gone, it's gone. (We are working on a way to bring back past bundles, but don't have anything concrete yet.)

Again, one of the central concepts is that you get to decide how much each bundle is worth to you. Think each individual book in a bundle of five books is worth $2? That's fine! Pay $10 and get five books! Only think they're worth $1 each because you're not sure if you like a certain genre? That's fine too. If you want to reward these authors and encourage more independent writers by giving a bit more, that's fantastic as well. One reason we started StoryBundle is because indie authors need our support, and we want to do our part in showcasing awesome writers.

This sounds like Reader's Digest and what they used to do. :)