But e-book prices? Those I don't love so much. That's why I'm always on the lookout for ways to save.
For example, the library is a great source for e-books that don't cost a dime, but the selection tends to be limited, and often you have to wait a long time for popular titles.
That's why I'm gobbling up Oyster, an e-book subscription service that works a lot like Netflix: pay a flat monthly rate for unlimited access to a large e-book library.
How large? Oyster boasts a catalog of over 100,000 titles across categories ranging from business and biography to science fiction and true crime. You'll find authors like Pearl S. Read More »