The Netflix of Books

Who loves to read? I sure do!! It takes me forever to get through a book these days as LIFE is crazy busy at the moment, but it’s time to slow down and get lost in some new books!

Especially during Summer.

You can see from these images I love a good romantic, celebrity or erotic read. My favourite author would have to be Jessica Clare, I really love her books. It’s so hard not to fall in love with each character.

I am still torn as to what I prefer actually a book in hand or an e-reader. I donated so many books over the last couple of years as they just take up so much space. I did hold onto a few favourites though. I have found that I am buying more designer coffee table books and downloading more eBooks.

If you love to read, you need to check out Bookchoice, it’s basically the Netflix of reading.

For $4.99 a month, you can quickly and easily access their eBooks and audiobooks by downloading them directly from the site to your smartphone, tablet, e-reader, computer or via the Bookchoice app. Once you download the book the content is yours to keep.

Below are my current top 4 books downloaded that I can’t wait to get stuck into over the next couple of weeks:

  1. Big Brother- Lionel Shriver
  2. Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet- Jamie Ford
  3. Who’s That Girl- Mhairi McFarlane
  4. How Hard Can It Be- Allison Pearson

There are also audio books if reading ain’t your thang.  To find out more about Bookchoice visit the website here

Words Zerin Hassan / Post editing by Sarah Jane Bell / Photographer: Eleisha, check out her work here ladies

12 Responses

  1. I haven’t tried Bookchoice, but Audible is a great one, and they give you a free book credit each month that you can download. However, Audible is audiobooks which work for me because I can listen while I drive. I should get back into normal reading.

  2. I absolutely love to read! I have hundreds of books at home. I like ebooks because you can easily search for books that you like but I still like the feel of printed books. 🙂

  3. I haven’t heard of Bookchoice, but my local library has a online book download that works better for me, but still get to support my local library.

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