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Easy Reader


Emily BooksWhat It Is: Looking to go off the beaten path a bit for your next book? Check out Emily Books, a monthly subscription service that curates one incredible indie book per month and delivers it direct to you to download onto your ereading device of choice. The creators behind this hip brand met in the publishing industry and are committed to seeking out truly amazing and innovative stories. You can buy a yearlong subscription or go a la carte and pick up anything that sounds interesting to you. Plus, they offer gift cards.

Who It’s For: That super hipster niece of yours, so she can add indie reading to her repertoire. That librarian friend you’ve got, so she can quietly make recommendations for her new fave reads. Your book club leader, as a great source of inspiration for future meetings.

What It Cost: $159.99 per year. Individual books start at $12.99.

Where It’s At: Subscribe online at Emily Books.

BONUS entry into my Everybody Rise giveaway – tell me in the comments below, what do you think of this unique subscription service?

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15 Responses to “Easy Reader”
  1. Heather Swanson says:

    my friend Janet would like this

  2. Rhonda B. says:

    I am not a fan of reading books on a device.

  3. Lindsey says:

    Too expensive for me and I prefer real books!

  4. Anne Derkat says:

    Not for me. I prefer real books.

  5. Joan G. says:

    I would not be interested in this service.

  6. cookie3 says:

    I love books & read anything & everything but I love the smell & feel of a newly published book so this isn’t for me. Sorry.

  7. Susan says:

    Too expensive but an interesting idea.

  8. intensev5 says:

    My daughter would love this!

  9. Susan Patterson says:

    I think that it is a great idea, but a little costly!

  10. kiraali says:

    I’m not fond of reading books digitally… but I know that it would work splendidly for many others!

  11. Aimee says:

    This would be great for my mom

  12. katydidit21 says:

    Interesting, but expensive.

  13. aly3360 says:

    I’d like it better if it were hard copy books that were delivered, or if you had the option of a hard copy subscription. There are some amazing e-books that have never made it to hard copy print though.

  14. diane says:

    Good for some but not for me.

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