Books On Sale

A Few Sales and Coupons

Image from BigStock: a red book in a tiny shopping cartI have a few ebook and paper book coupons and discounts, including a few older Loretta Chase ebooks, and some DVD sales, too! 

  • Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey * $2.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • The Blades of the Rose bundle by Zoe Archer * 8.84-10.00 * A | BN | K | S
  • My Lady's Guardian by Gayle Callen * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Mistress of Scandal by Sara Bennett * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Man at Work by Elaine Fox * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • The Mistress Diaries by Julianne MacLean * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • My Lord Conqueror by Samantha James * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Marry Me by Susan Kay Law * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Married in Haste by Cathy Maxwell * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • The Maiden and Her Knight by Margaret Moore * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Midnight by Beverly Jenkins * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Match Made in Hell by Terri Garey * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • My Wicked Fantasy by Karen Ranney * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • More Than a Scandal by Sari Robins * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evie by Marianne Stillings * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • A Match Made in Scandal by Melody Thomas * $1.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Captives of the Night by Loretta Chase * $3.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase * $3.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • Isabella by Loretta Chase * $2.99 * A | BN | K | S
  • The English Witch by Loretta Chase * $2.99 * A | BN | K | S

TODAY ONLY: Refurbished Kindle Fires are on sale for $139.99

If any of you use for book purchases, especially used or vintage paperbacks, they have some deals right now:

A few Disney movies on DVD are on sale — and I know many of you like seasons of tv shows on DVD, and BN has some sales going on: 

Harlequin has some print and ebook coupons available, should you be stocking up on books, and they expire this weekend: 

And finally, Kobo has a bunch of coupons for using:

First, you can get 20% Off Kobo eBooks with code “June20off”.

Plus, you can use the following coupon codes as well, though most are one-time use: 

c4auto40 – 40% off (One time use, alas!)

c2auto35 (35% off – One time use)

c3auto35 (35% off – One time use)

c4auto35 (35% off – One time use)

thankyou2012 (35% off – One time use)


And finally, this has nothing to do with books, but if you're a Sephora VIB, there's a special sale for you today, March 29, with a goody bag and I hear a free umbrella. I am totally after that umbrella, let me tell you! 

Happy shopping!

And thank you to BigStock photo for the image!


General Bitching...

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  1. 1
    Brian says:

    Sarah, have you (or anyone else) checked out any of those Chase titles put out by NYLA (her agent)?

    Just wondering if they’re the OCR error/typo nightmare that a lot of the titles they’ve been putting out are said to be.

    Here’s another Kobo code for folks – c4auto45 45% off


  2. 2
    SB Sarah says:

    I haven’t read the Chase NYLA titles but last month’s book club, Indigo, by Beverly Jenkins, was a NYLA title, and it was ok from my reading. I hadn’t heard there were OCR errors in the Chase titles! What a bummer.

  3. 3
    Monte Hellman's Mayonnaise says:

    My Wicked Fantasy by Karen Ranney was a DNF for me. Pretty awful; I would not recommend.

  4. 4
    AnnC says:

    Kobo does not seem to have any of the Chase books listed except Lord of Scoundrels.

  5. 5
    chantalhab says:

    I absolutely HATE IT when I try to enter a promo code on Kobo only to be told “Due to publisher’s restriction, promo codes are not allowed”. Fine then, I won’t buy the book at all! Instead of the publisher getting my $6 for a $9, they get nothing. Smart move guys…

  6. 6
    Catrionafitz says:

    Completely agree chantalhab, Kobo have really annoyed me with this. I keep getting promotional codes, go and find a a book I want, then get the ‘publisher’s restriction’ message. It makes me leave the site and contemplate piracy, it does not make me buy the book. Is there a way (short of not buying the books) that we can influence publishers to be reasonable with ebooks? I don’t know if this is a uniquely Australian problem or if it is international.

  7. 7
    Bugetta says:

    Catrionafitx, it’s not just Kobo.  All the big New York publishing houses do this and it’s the same no matter where you purchase an ebook.  It’s called Agency Pricing.  The publisher sets the price of the book, the amount that the bookseller gets for each sale and the bookseller is restricted from discounting the price; only the publisher can discount an ebook.  If the bookseller doesn’t agree to the agency pricing model, then they can’t sell the books.  The only publishers I know for sure that don’t do agency pricing are Harlequin and Kensington. 

    In the US, there’s a class action suit again Apple and the US Publishers (Steve Jobs went to the publishers with the Agency Pricing model idea when he launched iBooks).  I think the European Union is suing the publishers as well. 

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