5 Websites All Bibliophiles Should Know About


If you are looking for a great deal on books we have you covered with the top 5 websites you should be subscribed to if you love to read as much as we do!


Love reading romance? If so you need to check out RomanceDeals!  From contemporary romance to historical romance and everything in-between this site has you covered.  Once subscribed you will receive daily emails with deal alerts on time-limited free and bargain ebooks.  You will have so much romance in your life you won’t know what to do with it all.


This is a great site where you can find special offers on the books you love and with the offers changing all the time you will be sure to find your next great read at a great price.

All you have to do is sign up, select your favorite genres, what reading device you are using and you will receive daily emails with deals from your selected categories.

Bargain Booksy

Similar to Bookbub, Bargain Booksy is another great site that offers their subscribers a variety of titles at a fraction of the price. Just select what genre you love, what device you are reading on and daily deals will be delivered straight to your inbox.


Is there anything better than getting free books? FreeBooksy is a great site to discover your next favorite author!  You can use the search feature to find similar authors that you already love.  With free books listed every day you will have more than enough selection to satisfy your every book craving.

Book Gorilla

This is another great site worth checking out. Once subscribed, BookGorilla will send you a daily email alert with the best deals on books that match your reading preferences, including bestsellers and freebies!


What is your favorite book-related website? Let us know in the comments section!

3 thoughts on “5 Websites All Bibliophiles Should Know About”

  1. Emmaline Wight says:

    All About Romance has a great daily newsletter for deals. (allaboutromance.com)

  2. Marcia White says:

    I especially like Bookbub, but also use freebooksy and goodreads

  3. Bella says:

    Very helpful article. Thanks for sharing your wisdom. I have written four books, but never a children’s book.

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