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October 17

Kobobooks Coupon Code: 25 to 50% Off Select Books

Posted by on October 17, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Kobobooks Coupon Code: 25 to 50% Off Select Books

We sometimes see 30% coupon codes out of Kobo, but rarely do we see anything more. Today we have a 50% off coupon code for you to relish and a few smaller ones for other books in case you need more variety.

Click here to shop coupon qualifying books @ Kobo now

  • Expiry: 20th October 2014

Each coupon listed above has a link taking you directly to the books that qualify for that coupon code. I have tested these coupon codes and the do work so if you are having problems applying them, make sure you are in the right books section. You can only apply each coupon once per account. That means I can get one book for 25% off, one book for 35% off, and one book for 50% off this weekend.

Of course, I went straight for the 50% off section. There are plenty of romance novels in this section if you love that kind of thing. I would read them but my husband would never get any peace! I did find two cool books in this section that raised my interest.

An Etiquette Guide to the End Times Was $2.99 | After coupon $1.49

Granted this is a novella, but it still classifies as a book and sounds like it would be a fun read.

There aren’t any zombies (yet), but the world is still at the brink of destruction: It’s 2028 and global warming has led to rising oceans, crazy weather, and resource scarcity. On top of that, someone just turned the Internet off. Seeing as how it’s humanity’s last chance to turn things around manners are, understandably, a bit frayed.

I love the part about the internet being turned off, now that would be a nightmare! There are also chickens in the book… and I have a friend who loves chickens so I would think fondly of her while I read it.

Girl Reinvented Was $6.99 | After coupon $3.49

Probably a million girls have been in the place of the lead character in this book. Embarrassing situation and you wake up to find you do not have much in life. Family is so-so, few friends, no dreams, no romance. What is a girl to do? This one decides to reinvent herself and test the boundaries. I get where this character has been and totally want to read this book.

For these and future Kobo coupon codes, visit the forum.

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October 10

Kobo Books Coupon: 30% Discount with Unlimited Uses

Posted by on October 10, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Kobo Books Coupon: 30% Discount with Unlimited Uses

Kobo has released a coupon code for 30% off select books, with unlimited uses per person. Load up on cozy winter reads for this holiday weekend.

Click here to pick up a new book or three @ Kobo books Canada now

  • Coupon Code: DISCOVER30
  • Discount: 30% off
  • Expiry: 13th October 2014

Thanksgiving is this Monday. After a good meal of turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, and stuffing; what are you going to do with your day off from work? You can either go for a nap or curl up with a good book. I vote both, personally.

I am not into eBooks much these days, but I ran across An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments that is totally making me smile. Have you ever heard someone correct your argument by pointing out the logical fallacy? Then you might have been talking to me (or throwing things at me after I corrected you). This book illustrates some of the common errors people make in their arguments including the straw man fallacy, the slippery slope argument, [and] the ad hominem attack. I love this stuff; I did an entire course on logic and fallacies in university. Originally $12.50, the book is currently $8.99. After coupon code, I might just buy it for $6.29.

I laughed when I saw the title of this mystery book: Death of a Coupon Clipper. I thought it was so appropriate for our readers since we are all fairly thrifty with our money. I am sure we have many coupon clipper followers! Guess what the murder weapon is… scissors! This is a great read for those who like to save a few dollars and anyone who loves an eccentric mystery. Score it for only $3.33 after coupon (was $4.75).

I know that most of you are not even thinking about Christmas yet, but I did stumble across this cute Christmas book eligible for the coupon. Darling Saves Christmas is part of a continuing series of a curly tailed reindeer named Darling. The book looks very adorable and it would be great for young readers. Currently the book is $6.25, but it comes down to $4.38 after coupon code.

There are many other eBooks to choose from for children and adults. You never know what you might find when you are looking through the coupon section at Kobo. With unlimited uses, pick up a book for yourself and for your kids or a loved one.

For this and any future Kobo coupon codes, visit our coupon forum.

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September 13

Kobo Books Promo Code: 30% Off Select Titles

Posted by on September 13, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Kobo Books Promo Code: 30% Off Select Titles

Love to read? Then hurry on over to Kobo Books because you can save 30% off a number of select eBooks with the coupon code below, but only until Monday.

  • Coupon Code: READ30
  • Discount: 30% off select titles
  • Expires: Unknown

I love the feel and smell of actual books as much as the next book lover but I also much prefer reading books on my Sony eReader when I’m on the go. I have tons of books in my library and not having to lug around a million books around just makes it so much easier.

You can choose loads of great titles in categories like “romance”, “thrillers”, “sci-fi & fantasy” and “series”. As I have been a “sci-fi & fantasy” gal for some time now, I headed over there first and Daniel Arenson’s Requiem’s Song definitely intrigued me as it’s a story about dragons that has actually been rated #8 in sci-fi & fantasy, fantasy and epic fantasy. It can be yours for just $2.39 (reg. $2.99).

As much as I try not to, I have to admit that I most definetly tend to judge books by their covers as well. One of my all-time favourite passtimes is to walk around a bookstore and just take pictures of all the titles that catch my eye to then pick and choose which ones to order online. All this to say that virtually all of the titles in the “series” section caught my attention with their enticing covers and heck you never know, one of those may just be the next “Divergent” or “Hunger Games” as it would seem that Hollywood has been on a huge kick of converting book series into big-time movies. Given that we’ve seen plenty of vampire titles and now stories about post-apocalyptic world turn into major blockbusters, the next one may just be about shifters and dragons and may just be The Dragon Legion Collection by Deborah Cooke. You can get it for just $5.59 (reg. $6.99) and I even found over 50 ratings on Goodreads with a total of 3.94 stars out of 5. Here’s what someone had to say about it:

Wow this book was awesome! Full of dragon suspense mystery intrigue romance action packed drama twists and turns kept me on the edge throughout. I couldn’t put it down. Yes another all nighter reading but definitely worth it. I Highly recommend.

Which titles have most intrigued you? Share with me in the commnts section!

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September 3

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: B1G1 On All City Guides

Posted by on September 3, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: B1G1 On All City Guides

Ring, ring, London’s calling (or plenty of other top cities Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: B1G1 On All City Guides )! If you’re planning on travelling and need a city guide, then check out Lonely Planet because until the end of the week, you can take advantage of a “buy one, get one free” deal on all city guide. Just add two books to your cart, apply the promo code below and voila, the price on the second book will be strike-through and the word “free” will appear instead.

Buy one city guide, get one free @ LonelyPlanet.com now

  • Coupon Code: FREECITY
  • Discount: BOGO offer on all city guides
  • Expiry: 5th September 2014

I tried the Lonely Planet promo code above on country guide but alas, it truly is only on city guides. Lonely Planet’s site can be a little confusing to navigate, but if you click the link above, then you will see a list of all of the city guides eligible for this promotion. Although all prices on Lonely Planet’s site are in USD, shipping is nevertheless free on orders over $40 to Canada. There are over 80 city guides to choose from and they are all for top cities like Moscow, Vienna, Paris, Seoul, etc. Even a couple of American cities have made it on the list like: Boston, Seattle and Chicago.

London has been one of the cities that I have always wanted to visit but I wouldn’t even know where to start. Searching the net for places to visit and things to go is great and all but the overflow of information can oftentimes be confusing and sometimes, it’s nicer to just read a book or a city guide in this case.

If you’re looking to learn about plenty of cities or if you plan on travelling to several ones in one trip but don’t want to carry that many city guides with you, then you can also take advantage of the BOGO offer on digital versions of these city guides. In fact, the promotion will still work even if you add an actual book alongside an eBook to your cart or even if you choose the bundle option, which is a guide for any given city in both a print and digital format. The bundled price is cheaper than if you were to get these separately. For instance, the Bangkok city guide in print form is $21.99, in digital form is $15.39 and as a bundle is $28.59. These are also the average prices that you can expect to see on almost all of the city guides.

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July 18

Kobo Coupon Code: 30% Off Select eBooks

Posted by on July 18, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Kobo Coupon Code: 30% Off Select eBooks

Kobo has released a 30% off coupon code on select eBooks this weekend. Dig into something new this summer and experience another world.

Click here to shop select books @ Kobo Canada now

  • Coupon Code: VACATION30
  • Discount: 30% off
  • Expiry: 21st July 2014

The books included in this offer are through the above link. Remember to click the “browse more…” links besides each category name so you can see all the books in the specific category that qualify for this coupon code. It is not just the few books they show you as an example. If you are just browsing the website, make sure “Items Eligible For Promo Codes” is checked off in whichever section you are in as that option narrows your book choices down to eBooks this coupon will work on.

The categories in the sale include:

  • Fiction
  • Mystery
  • Kids’ and Teen Titles
  • Non-fiction

Out of those four categories, my favourite is mystery. I have been a mystery reader since I was young and first read the complete Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

I generally judge my mystery books by their names. This book Darwins Nightmare by Mike Knowles sounds like a pretty funky mystery about a man who does very bad stuff for a living and then makes one mistake (or good deed, your choice) and the repercussions of that event. The book currently costs $9.34 but after coupon, it comes down to $6.54.

Walking into the Ocean by David Whellams is a British mystery that sounds right up my alley. After all, most my favourite mysteries have been British like Sherlock and Miss Marple. This book is to be the first in a set of three books about a veteran Scotland Yard Chief Inspector investigating serial killings in the pastoral lands of good ol’ England. The book retails for $7.18, but after coupon code, it comes down to $5.03.

There are many books to choose from, and it is always fun finding a new favourite author or a series you just cannot put down. Sure, there are the sleepless nights where you are up to 3am hovered over your eReader, but it is all worth it. This summer I joined Goodreads and I am keeping track of all the books I have read from now on. It is a nice way to look back and see what I have read and what I thought of it.

For this and any future Kobo coupon codes, always check our forum.

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July 5

Free eBook of your choice from Entitle Books!

Posted by on July 5, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Free eBook of your choice from Entitle Books!

Entitle Books hasn’t yet been mentioned on Bargainmoose, but I wanted to tell you about their free trial offer in which you can download a free eBook, no strings attached!

In the free seven day trial, you are entitled to download one eBook for free, and it’s yours forever. You can download it to your device (tablet or phone, etc.) and it’s stored there. In order to sign up to the free seven day trial you have to enter your credit card details. If you do not cancel within seven days, you will move on to the subscription plan which costs $9.99 per month. If you only want to get the free book, remember to cancel within seven days.

Here are a few examples of the eBooks you can choose from, across some different genres:

Best Sellers & New Releases

  • Stephen Hunter – Sniper’s Honor
  • Gail McHugh – Pulse
  • Steve Jobs autobiography

Sci Fi / Fantasy

  • Michael Crichton – Next
  • Robin Hobb – Dragon Haven
  • Jack McDevitt – Infinity Beach

Classics

  • George Orwell – Animal Farm
  • Joseph Heller – Catch 22
  • Gary Paulsen Hatchet – (I remember reading this as a teenager, it’s good)

I had a browse of the selection of eBooks on Entitlebooks.com and I’ll admit, it’s not huge. There are more than 200,000 books to choose from and that’s a large number of books, but that’s across many genres and types. I looked in the sci-fi and fantasy section which I would be very au fait with, and while there were a number of good titles, the selection wasn’t amazing – only 32 books!

Even so, this is a very handy offer for one free eBook. I’ve downloaded a big juicy Stephen King book and I’m going to be reading it on my iPad when travelling for my vacation next week.

After the free trial on Entitle Books, you’re subscribed to their monthly plan, any two books for $9.99 per month. To be honest, that’s actually still a very good price – being able to download two full size eBooks for only $5 each. And the fact that you can cancel the plan at any time and keep the books is a real bonus. I am going to read this Stephen King book, see how much I like the actual app, and then I will be considering going on to the monthly plan for a few months and saving a few more books from their library.

(Expiry: never)

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June 5

Humble Bundle: Pay What You Want For Games, Software & Books

Posted by on June 5, 2014 at 7:30 PM

Humble Bundle: Pay What You Want For Games, Software & Books

Most of you have heard of the Humble Bundle: it is a bundle of games that you “pay what you want” for. Usually the base tier you can throw as little as $1 at and get several games. There is also at-least another tier above that, that gets unlocked when you donate certain amounts of money. Usually the minimums are ridiculously low and you are getting way beyond what you paid for.

What makes the Humble Bundle great beyond a deal-hunter’s perspective is that part of the money goes to the developers and part goes to charity. When you buy your Humble Bundle, you get to choose what the split is. Do you want all your money going to charity? How about a 50/50 split?

Now, you may be saying I totally know all of this already so why are we revisiting this? I am here to tell you that the humble Humble Bundle has expanded. No longer is it just a simple bundle of games you can pick up on the cheap, there is now three separate humble bundles you can acquire at the same time.

The Humble Bundle

This is the original Humble Bundle: a two-tier bundle made up of loosely knit together games. Pay what you want for the first tier of games (minimum $1 if you want to redeem on Steam). You can unlock the second tier by paying over the current average price that people are paying for the bundle. This week you can get Symphony, Draw a Stickman: EPIC, and Galcon: Legends for whatever you want to throw at it. Unlock seven more games when you pay over the average donation amount (currently at $4.91). The total bundle value is $164.

The Humble Weekly Bundle

The Humble Weekly Bundle operates on a three-tier system most the time and is themed by country, title, developer, theme, etc. This week’s theme is German developers. The base tier is pay what you want, the second tier is either pay more than the current average price or can be pay more than a set price. The third tier is always a set price. This week you will get seven games when you pay whatever you want, an extra three games when you pay above the current going rate 9currently $3.65), and the top tier games are unlocked when you pay $9 or more. The total bundle value is $174.

The Humble Book Bundle

The Humble Book Bundle is a new development. It is just like the weekly bundle, just with books. For avid book lovers, this bundle is a god-sent. Currently you can pay what you want for three books, get another eight books when you pay the going rate or higher (currently $9.68) and then you unlock the upper tier two books when you pay $10 or more. I have to say Lovecraft’s Monsters: Anthology looks tempting. The total bundle value is $76.

(Expiry: varies)

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May 23

Kobo Canada Coupon Code: 30% Off Unlimited Use

Posted by on May 23, 2014 at 11:00 PM

Kobo Canada Coupon Code: 30% Off Unlimited Use

Kobo has released a 30% off coupon code with unlimited uses per person. Stock up on your digital favourite reads with this offer.

Click here to shop select books @ Kobo Canada now

  • Coupon Code: STOCKUP30
  • Discount: 30% off
  • Expiry: 30th May 2014

The books included in this offer are through the above link. Remember to click the “see more…” links so you can see all the books in the specific category that qualify. It is not just the few books they show you as an example that qualify. If you are browsing the website, just make sure “Items Eligible For Promo Codes” is checked off in whichever section you are in.

You can choose from hot romance, historical romance, thrillers, sci-fi & fantasy, and horror.

With the recent release of Edwards’ Godzilla, you might be in the mood for more giant monster smashing action. Check out the book Project Nemesis (A Kaiju Thriller) for $4.99, or only $3.49 after coupon. For those not familiar with the term “Kaiju”, it means “strange beast.” The genre includes classic monsters like Godzilla, and less known monsters like Gamera, Mothra, Rodan and King Ghidorah (some which you may have seen Godzilla fight in certain ‘Godzilla vs. movies). Sure to be a big hit with the Godzilla lover in your family.

Always check out the Kobo coupon codes in the forum before making a purchase.

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April 15

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: 2-For-1 Deal On All Books & eBooks

Posted by on April 15, 2014 at 11:30 PM

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: 2 For 1 Deal On All Books & eBooks

Planning to travel any time soon or maybe even in a far off future? Then you’re going to need to become an expert on your travel destination. Luckily, Lonely Planet is here to help with a 2-for-1 special on all travel guidebooks and eBooks, including those for kids!

Click here to shop @ LonelyPlanet.com now

  • Coupon Code: EGGSPLORE
  • Discount: 2 for 1 deal on all books and eBooks
  • Expiry: 18th April 2014

The internet is great for learning about a new destination, but a comprehensive guidebook is even better. Lonely Planet has a book out for just about any destination in any continent and the best part about their selection is that they also have specialized books like Hiking & Tramping in New Zealand, Food Lover’s Guide To The World, Lonely Planet’s Best In Travel 2014, The Book Of Everything, and countless of other great sounding titles!

Prices vary per book but you can expect to pay around $20 for a print title and almost $15 for a PDF eBook. Although of course, with the code above, you will be getting two titles for the price of just one.

Keep in mind that all prices are in USD and shipping is also free on orders over $40. If you happen to miss this great promotion, then be sure to grab one of our other Lonely Planet promo codes to save 30% on travel guides instead.

(Image Credit: Kevin Jaako)

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April 12

Kobo Books Canada Promo Code: 30% Off Select Bestselling eBooks

Posted by on April 12, 2014 at 6:30 PM

Kobo Books Canada Promo Code: 30% Off Select Bestselling eBooks

Although Kobo Books usually only releases discounts on lesser known eBooks, this time around, they’re offering an additional 30% on select bestsellers, all of which have already been reduced in price!

Click here to get bestselling eBooks @ KoboBooks.com now

  • Coupon Code: WEMISSYOU30
  • Discount: 30% off select bestsellers
  • Expiry: 14th April 2014

There are plenty more very known titles available but here are just some that stood out to me at a quick glance:

Now, if you haven’t yet seen Mockingjay, the second movie in the Hunger Games trilogy, then you’re definitely missing out on some great action. Not only should you hurry to the nearest movie theater to see it, but I also suggest you read the books first for the uniqueness of the story, which offers a fast-paced and interesting look into a post-apocalyptic scenario that essentially pits children against each other in a Mortal Kombat kind of way.

Keep track of all Kobo Books promo codes on the Bargainmoose forum.

(Image Credit: NICHXAV.)

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April 4

My Story Doctor: Get David Farland’s NaNoWriMi Inspirations eBook Full of Writing Tips for Free!

Posted by on April 4, 2014 at 5:30 PM

My Story Doctor: Get David Farlands NaNoWriMi Inspirations eBook Full of Writing Tips for Free!

Let a pro keep you motivated while you NaNoWriMo or any time!

Depending on if you are a Sci Fi person or a Fantasy person you may know David Farland also as Dave Wolverton. He goes by both depending on what genre he is writing. For this book he’s using Farland.

So who is this guy? Well, he’s best know in the writing world for his Runelord series but he has written a lot of books all of which you can read about on The Book of Knowledge, Wikipedia. I’ve never read any of his books but on of my favourite authors, Brandon Sanderson, took a writing course from Farland and said that that one course was more important to his writing career than everything else he did on his way to a Master’s Degree in English. Sanderson writes my favourite books and if Farland made him in to the writer he is today, well, I’m all in.

Farland offers online and in-person writing workshops via MyStoryDoctor but for the people who can’t get to Utah or don’t want to lay down the hundreds of dollars to get some help from him, you can get a copy of his NaNoWriMo Inspirations book. It sells for $2.99 but if you sign up to the My Story Doctor website, you can get it in ePub or Kindle format for free. Just sign up, sign in and click on the Free Stuff link up at the top to download it.

The book is meant to give you a new lesson each day of NaNoWriMo to keep you writing. NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month and it takes place in November each year. Basically you take a month and write a full novel. Farland’s lessons for the first four days of NaNoWriMo are:

  • Day 1: Be Your Own Inspiration
  • Day 2: Staying Motivated
  • Day 3: Plotting a Story
  • Day 4: Thinking About Your Setting

(Expires: Never but free book may change)

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April 1

Amazon Canada Freebie: Free Recipe Books For Kindle eReader & Apps

Posted by on April 1, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Amazon Canada Freebie: Free Recipe Books For Kindle eReader & Apps

Do you have a Kindle eReader or the Kindle app? Then today is your lucky day (assuming no one’s pulled a prank on you yet) because for a limited time, you can get hundreds of cooking eBooks on Amazon Canada for absolutely free. That’s right: hundreds, if not thousands!

This is a particularly incredible freebie because you don’t even have to have the Amazon Kindle eReader to get all of the cooking eBooks for free. Simply download the Kindle app to your PC, iPhone, iPad or Android phone, then log into your Amazon account (and if you don’t have one, then it’s free to get one) and you can then go back to clicking the link above to download all of your books.

I experimented by getting the Kindle app on my iPhone and once I went back to the link and clicked on an eBook, the right-hand side of the page displayed an orage button with the text: “buy now with 1-click” with a drop-drop box giving me the choice to send it to my phone. But since the price of the cookbooks is currently at $0.00, I really didn’t end up buying anything at all!

Considering the extra-large assortment of available cookbooks, I would definitely recommend sorting them by the categories that interest you the most from the left-hand side menu. You can pick from sections like: dieteary, low fat, holiday cookbooks, etc. Just keep in mind that you have to stick to cooking-related categories for free eBooks.

Do you cook? Share with us your favourite recipe in the comments section!

(Expiry: Unknown)

(Image Credit: Sean Ganann)

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March 7

KoboBooks Canada Promo Code: 30% Off Select eBooks

Posted by on March 7, 2014 at 5:00 PM

KoboBooks Canada Promo Code: 30% Off Select eBooks Just recently, Avigayil wrote about a month-long promotion at Kobo Books for up to 70% off books for teens and kids, and they now have a limited time coupon code out for 30% off select eBooks as well.

Find a new eBook to read and save on @ Kobo.com now

  • Coupon Code: MARCHOFFER
  • Discount: 30% off select eBooks
  • Expiry: 9th March 2014

Here are just some of the ones that you can save on but there are more:

There are also a couple of titles for kids, such as Scaredy Squirrel Has a Birthday Party by Mélanie Watt, which comes down to $3.49 (reg. $4.99) and Me and You by Geneviève Côté at the same price.

Plus, did you know that the Sony Reader Store will be transitioning over to Kobo soon? In the meantime, you can also check out their selection of eBooks and use the Reader Store coupon code I wrote about a couple of days ago to save 30% off any one eBook.

As for more Kobo Books promo codes, be sure to keep an eye out on our forums as coupons are posted as soon as they are released.

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March 5

Kobobooks: Up to 70% Off Books for Teens & Kids

Posted by on March 5, 2014 at 10:30 PM

Kobobooks: Up to 70% Off Books for Teens & Kids

Kobobooks Canada is offering up to 70% off digital books for teens and kids.

You can get up to 70% off teen ebooks all month long. Some books are discounted even more than that. I found this book called Dr. Bird’s Advice for Sad Poets by Evan Roskos. The book was a 2014 Morris Award finalist and is the story of a boy dealing with an abusive father, a self-destructive sister, and working through his own anxiety and depression all the while channeling the famous poet Walt Whitman. Originally $18.99, the book is on sale for a really inexpensive $1.99.

Get up to 70% off kid ebooks as well. The Judy Moody was in a mood book costs only $1.99. Oddly enough they don’t have the starting price for the book on Kobo, but I looked it up on Amazon and it costs $6.65 there. This is a great introduction to the Judy Moody series and a pretty inexpensive way to try out something new. In the book, Judy is going in to third grade and must face the changes and the exciting new challenges about to come her way.

Check out these titles and more during the sale.

(Expiry: 31st March 2014)

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March 5

Sony Reader Store Coupon Code: 30% Off One eBook

Posted by on March 5, 2014 at 10:00 PM

Sony Reader Store Coupon Code: 30% Off One eBook

Although the Reader Store is closing soon, there is still plenty of time to take advantage of their newest promotion: 30% off any one eBook.

Click here to browse the 480 titles eligible for this discount @ eBookStore.Sony.com now

  • Coupon Code: 30MAR14
  • Discount: 30% off a select eBook
  • Expiry: 10th March 2014

There are actually as many as 480 titles to choose from, but here are just some that caught my attention:

Another one that peaked my interest is the Talk Like TED: The 9 Public-Speaking Secrets of the World’s Top Mind by Carmine Gallo, which can be reduced to $9.09 with the code instead of its regular price of $12.99. I have watched many TED talks on a variety of topics and the way in which each speaker is able to capture and most importantly, hold the audience’s attention has always perplexed me. But these principles don’t solely extend to public speaking as they can most certainly be applied to regular discourse as well. If this subject interests you, be sure to also have a look at Carmine Gallo’s YouTube video as it offers a quick glance at the topics explored in his book, most notably through the importance of stories and images as effective persuasion tools.

As always, this code is also available on the Sony Reader Store coupons page.

Be sure to leave a comment with the eBook you will be using this discount on! I will most likely be using it on Gallo’s book.

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