Expand Your Kindle Library With The New York Times Best Selling eBooks From $ 1 Plus


Today only, as part of its Gold Box offers of the day, Amazon makes discounts a selection of the best-selling Kindle eBooks by the New York Times from $ 1. The majority of these pounds would normally net you around $ 10 or so, with a lot coming back to match previous historical lows or hitting new ones. Today’s deal is a fantastic way to load your Kindle library with new reading before fall. As you would expect given the best-selling nature of selling today, reviews are pretty stellar across the board. Most eBooks contain 4+ stars of thousands of readers. More below.

Also on sale today in the Amazon Gold Box, you can enjoy a four-week Washington Post subscription for FREE. Typically, this service will cost you $ 5 per month. Whether you’re looking to try The Washington Post for the first time or looking to switch from a physical subscription, this is a notable discount. As a reminder, once the subscription ends, you will automatically be billed $ 4.99 per month, unless you cancel. Over 1,600 readers have left a 4.4 / 5 stars.

Be sure to check out the free giveaways in our Amazon First Reads eBook, make yourself comfortable with a new romance, thriller, or story novel in our September reading list.

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