Welcome to another bookworm tip brought to you by this broke uni student. This time, it's about getting free audiobooks!
Category: How Tos and Hacks
‘Pride and Prejudice’ Quotes As Things and Moments in My Life (Jane Austen actually wrote about my life two centuries before it happened)
I was scrolling down an Austen-related meme Instagram profile and suddenly felt how relatable the quotes are (when slightly taken out of context)
I’m Inscribing My Books Before I Give Them Away – Here’s Why and How (aka one more bookish way to procrastinate)
It's like I'm leaving a message out in the world.
Listing Bookmarks I’ve Used and Want to Use (and rating them from Fanny-Price-ordinary to Lydia-Bennet-scandalous)
At 1:30am after a full 7am-8pm day, this post seemed actually funny to me.
PART 2: 9+ Resources All Readers Should Know About (tackle your bookworm issues!)
Here's part 2 of the list of resources that all bookworms should know about! Find the books you can't remember and the ones available for free, ditch Goodreads, visit a pretty literature map, and improve your fanfiction reading!
Free Print Books! Here’s An Amazing Website that All UK and Irish Book Lovers Should Know About (US and German bookworms, there’s a version for you too)
It's not NetGalley, it's not Edelweiss. In some aspects, it's even better. Come and discover Readers First!!!
PART 1: 9+ Resources All Readers Should Know About (they change your reading experience!)
Triggering, issues with a series' order, book hangovers... Small issues that can be recurring for bookworms. Shun them with these 9+ websites!
3 Easy Legal Ways to Get Audiobooks for Free (none involves the fishy ‘free trial’)
After writing a post on ways to get free ebooks legally, I realized that maybe some of you would rather get audibooks for free. Here are resources to find children, YA, and classic audiobooks.
3 Easy Legal Ways to Read Books for Free (besides Netgalley and Edelweiss)
Reading is quite the expensive hobby, and whose wallet has room for expensive lately? Here are three fantastic legal ways to indulge your love for reading at zero cost (other than supporting the authors with reviews). Ah- and I'm not talking about NetGalley, Edelweiss, book tours, or the Kindle and Nook apps!