Free Books Are Plain Lovely

Few weeks ago, I have found another program which caters to book lovers. Blogging for Books is similar to BookSneeze. They send you a free copy of the book of your choice for you to review. It's all for free. A win win situation, right? They have advertisement and you have your book.

When I first came across Blogging for Books, they were only offering books to bloggers based on the United States. This was a bummer for me since I'm from the Philippines. Disappointed, I left my email on the small box. They said they'll mail if ever they'll be capable of accepting non-US based bloggers.

Today's the day. I've received the mail announcement. Blogging for Books is now accepting worldwide bloggers. This was joy (of course, after a rough day at the office). Though hard copies are still not possible with bloggers outside US, I was still happy to receive a free e-book. I should buy a Kindle, a NOOK or an IPAD soon. Or maybe a smart phone. I instantly clicked on the email link and signed up. After running through the sites FAQs, I added the badge on this site. And picked my first book.

The available books for you to review are based on the preferences that you have made upon signing up. After breezing through the several available books, I have finally made my choice:

Umm, I won't spill anything about this book yet. Just wait for my book review. Stay tuned. For the mean time, if you want to sign up and receive your own copy too, then hit Blogging for Books right now.

10 dropped their thoughts:

Miss `Chievous | July 13, 2011 at 9:10 AM

Just downloaded the ebook! And previewed it on Adobe Digital Edition. I am loving it! :) Should make tutorial pretty soon.

Madz | July 13, 2011 at 4:45 PM

Thanks for the information! I'm a bookworm myself. :)

Anonymous | July 14, 2011 at 4:37 AM

Ooh, sounds interesting! Me likey too! =) What's the ebook format by the way?

Liz | July 14, 2011 at 7:21 AM

I love this blog of yours Miss 'C! :)

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Miss `Chievous | July 14, 2011 at 9:07 AM

Thanks for the comments, sissies! :)

@Madz: You can get your free copy too!

@blackshirt13: It's in .acsm, the ticket. You can view it using Adobe Digital Edition, which is free.

@Liz: Thanks, Liz! I love your blogs, too. I can find tips from there.

Anonymous | July 14, 2011 at 4:43 PM

I signed up too, and even got the same ebook to review. Haha. Gaya-gaya much? Anything with the word "chocolate" in it is just too much to resist for me! ;)

The Average Jane | July 15, 2011 at 6:46 PM

What type of books do they have? =)

Miss `Chievous | July 16, 2011 at 8:20 AM

@blackshirt13: Lol! Gaya-gaya din ako sa online education mu, sis! Haha. Haven't started reading it yet though. Soon. Pag alis na si july.

@The Average Jane: They have all types. There's religious ones, chic lits, fiction (historical, mystery, contemporary,etc), non-fiction, etc. :)

Brewed Coffee | August 1, 2011 at 4:19 PM

I got a copy of this the first few's a good book... :-) Am also waiting for the book from Booksneeze. Thanks thanks for sharing this

Miss `Chievous | August 2, 2011 at 9:13 AM

Hi BC! I'm stuck at my reviews for both programs. I should start reading, eh? Welcome. :) Thanks for visiting.

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