(ENDED) Monday: 400+ Kindle e-textbooks on sale (includes 5 on photography)

These daily e-book deals ended…


There are enough e-book daily deals today (Monday 8/31/15) at the Kindle Store to fill up a Kindle. In a back-to-school sale of sorts, over 400+ Kindle e-books for students of all ages are on sale.

You can buy as many as you like. You can page-down the main window there to see them by category or use the options in the left sidebar. There are four e-books filed under the photography category (astrophotography ($5), Photoshop CC ($8), WW II photography ($2), sand photography ($3)), with some semi-related books under its parent Arts & Photography category (design, etc).

UPDATE: another book, filed under a different sub-category, CCD Astrophotography: High-Quality Imaging from the Suburbs (The Patrick Moore Practical Astronomy Series) by Adam Stuart for $5 (purchase).

I probably need to buy and read this one since this blog is non-fiction 🙂 I believe the title is “On Writing Good” 😉 [please don’t tell King Stannis!]

TIP #1: Please note that for some textbooks, there are two prices. One is the rental price, and the other is the purchase price. If you are speeding through them at high-speed, keep that in mind 🙂

TIP #2: The e-ink e-book readers are great for text-only books, but they can be a pain when looking at e-books with photographs, diagrams, tables, charts and such. Books of this kind are best read on bigger color screens. But everyone has their own preferences, so as usual, it’s all YMMV.

TIP #3: if you buy multiple e-books in a short amount of time, Amazon will likely group them into one purchase. But if you are going to go through them at different times during the day, and don’t want to fill up your credit card statement with $1.99 and $2.99 transactions, you can send yourself an Amazon e-mail gift card and add it to your account, so all those small purchases get eaten up by the gift card.

These offers expire at 3am eastern on Tuesday 9/1/15. It’s September already? Happy reading 🙂 I’ve never seen an e-book sellout, so they will probably be good throughout.