Today’s KDD: another great set (including some from HarperCollins) for December!
impressed me yet again this month. As has been the case more than once, the KDD has a lot more than a handful of titles (which is often the case most of the time). Today there are 38, including several well-known titles (some with thousands of customer reviews). I’m seeing some from HarperCollins, which is intriguing…under the modified Agency Model, Amazon can do some discounting, but Harper would set the customer price…perhaps HC just has them on sale.
Needless to say, I’m happy to see this! These books, often quite inexpensive and considerably discounted from their highest prices, make great gifts. You can buy them now on sale, and then either delay delivery for the appropriate gift-giving occasion, or print them out so they can be wrapped.
Check prices before you click or tap that Buy button: this sale may not be happening in your country…
- Settle for More by Megyn Kelly, a current frontlist title | $4.99 | 565 customer reviews (HarperCollins)
- Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No by Henry Cloud and John Townsend | 3,317 customer reviews (HarperCollins)
- Sully: My Search for What Really Matters by Chesley B. Sullenberger
- One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp
- The Inn at Eagle Point by Sherryl Woods | $0.99 | book 1 of 12
- Sh*t My Dad Says by Justin Halpern (which became a William Shatner TV series) | $1.99 | 3,332 customer reviews (HarperCollins)
- We’re All Damaged by Matthew Norman | 3,213 customer reviews | (also available as part of Kindle Unlimited)
- The Wanderer by Robyn Carr | book 1 of 8
- Vader’s Little Princess by Jeffrey Brown | KU
- 52 Small Changes for the Mind by Brett Blumenthal
- Bad Girls Throughout History: 100 Remarkable Women Who Changed the World by Ann Shen
- Blog Inc.: Blogging for Passion, Profit, and to Create Community by Joy Deangdeelert Cho
- Lists of Note by Shaun Usher
- Me Without You by Ralph Lazar
- Ultimate Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook by David Borgenicht (very popular series)
There are more, but those in particular caught my eye.
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