Cutting the Budget ~ May (week 2)



Hosted by Shari over at Delighted Reader. It's a great way to keep track on that book spending limit we alwasy set ourselves up on, but never seem to follow.
(*taxes are included in book prices)

I spent about 3 bucks and some change and got 1 freebie (thank you Kenya Wright). I also stopped by NetGalley and requested a couple I wanted to really read and got approved, I'm shocked because I haven't



been on NG or Edelweiss for a while now. Eh, but I'm happy though.

Wolf Protector by Milly Taiden - $1.06
Rapt: An Erotic Tale by Laurel Cremant - $1.06
Angel Kin by Tricia Skinner - $1.06
Sexy As Sin by Kenya Wright - $0.00

NetGalley
Vampire's Hunger by Cynthia Garner
Vampire's Thirst by Cynthia Garner
Blind Faith by Rebecca Zanetti
The Saint by Tiffany Reisz
Callum by Melissa Schoerder

Cover Krack



What's Left - $38.40

Sunday's Thought
I'm starting to notice when I'm purchasing that some ebooks are really short, like less than 100 pages and the prices are ridciculous. Like 2.99 or more for 75 pages or something like that. Look I know authors have to make money, but that is just all kinds of crazy. Make the prices reasonable for readers and folks will come back. Just like you have to eat so do I, you have a family to take care of, so do I.  I always see folks saying think of the author, well I'm saying think of the reader as well. I cannot tell you how many times I bypassed a book because of the price. And I know some folks say they have no control, the publisher sets the prices. Okay, well you work with your publisher on other things...work with them on setting good prices. I just feel its getting a little out of control and that's my rant for today. 

Have a hapy sunday and for you moms, Happy Mother's Day!




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