Give the gift of reading this holiday season. Read Tuesday is better than Black Friday. You don’t have to wait in line. No fighting traffic. Alarms don’t need to be set for the early morning. Plus, the discounts are deeper… up to 90% off the regular book or E-book price.
I am one of hundreds of authors who will be participating in Read Tuesday, a Black Friday type of event just for book lovers on December 10th. I’m offering the Kindle version of Chakra Secrets for just $.99 (regularly $5.00), a perfect gift for anyone who is interested in yoga or inspirational reads.
How (And Why) To Give An E-Book
Electronic books are an inexpensive and easy way to read. They are less costly than printed books, often a lot less expensive, and they are convenient. Even people who do not use a dedicated e-reader like a Kindle often have reader apps installed on their tablets and smart phones. Readers worldwide are able to enjoy their books wherever they are and carry whole libraries around in their pockets or briefcases.
Odds are, you know someone who uses an e-reader or a reader app on a regular basis. With the holiday season approaching we’re all looking for gifts for our friends and families. Gifting e-books is quick, there’s no shipping involved, and you can do it from home without braving mall traffic. What’s more, the major e-book retailers allow e-books to be exchanged for store credit, so if you make a mistake and give a book that your recipient already has, she or he can exchange it right from the device screen.
Electronic retailers make it easy to do, too. All that you need is an account with the retailer and the recipient’s email address.
For instance, when you go to an Amazon link, for instance, the Chakra Secrets Kindle, just click on “Give as a gift” and send it to your friend’s email.
Happy reading and gifting – just go to http://readtuesday.com/book-catalog/!
Becca Chopra, author of The Chakra Diaries, Chakra Secrets and Balance Your Chakras, Balance Your Life
P.S. If you’re an author, be sure to add your book to the catalog at http://readtuesday.com.