Today my gift to you is information. People keep asking me where they can find all the books that I review, and I did some exploring. Of course the new books are in all of your favorite bookstores, but there are so many older books that are not to be missed. Reading can become an expensive hobby, because if you are like me libraries aren’t always the best solution. I tend to collect late fees like teens collect “likes,” so I am always searching for alternatives.
If you google the following sites and register, you will be surprised at the number of books that are offered free or at a very low cost, every day. Enjoy!
Robin Reads Team
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Of course I also work with publishers and get current books to review. When I started this blog five years ago, I asked if any of you would like to contribute reviews to this site. Several people did that for the first year or so, and of course the offer is still up. I will gladly post your reviews, and you will be able to work with some publishers too. Just drop me a line at email@example.com and I can get you started. I have loved my relationship with books (and you all) for many years and would enjoy sharing it with you.
The review I will share this week is A Gambler’s Jury by Victor Methos. This book is two years old but definitely worth reading today. Methos has a current book that comes out March 1. I will be reviewing that soon.
As always a complete review of this book follows my blog.