30 April, 2018

Free & Bargain Books Linky – 30 April 2018

If you’re an avid reader on a budget, you’ll find loads of free and bargain books on this linky, plus all the new releases from Beck Valley Books.  Yes, it’s my day to host the weekly book linky from Beck Valley Books.

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Photo by Sandrachile . on Unsplash

Here in Wales, it’s our version of SATS tests for the kids and Caitlin and Ieuan are both a little nervous.  If your kids are going through the stress of exam revision, particularly at GCSE level, you might like to check out this post about revision and this post about coping with the stress.

Elsewhere, we’re looking forward to our forthcoming holiday in Devon and I’m already planning how much medication I’ll need to take with me! If you’re anything like me, the pre-holiday pilgrimage to Boots or Superdrug is a very serious affair.

The footie season is coming to an end and Ieuan is adamant he doesn’t want to do cricket so we’re faced with finding him something to get him outdoors and away from the Xbox!

Caitlin is still practising hard for her ballet exam and I’m managing to avoid all forms of getting fitter, as per usual.

I enjoy sitting around and reading too much!

As usual, there are some great books on the linky – and don’t forget you can always add your own to spread a bit of book love.

Don’t forget that I still have plenty to be won on my giveaways page and don’t forget my weekly problem page here.

Happy hunting for your free and bargain books on this link.

Have a great week!

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10 responses to “Free & Bargain Books Linky – 30 April 2018”

  1. Laura H says:

    Ooh best of luck to both kids on their upcoming tests!! It can be stressful but unfortunately we all have to go through it 🙁

  2. Kaz Dee says:

    We are visiting Devon at the end of the month and can’t wait. We have exam stress here too with teen son. Kaz

  3. Good luck to the kids on their SAT exams im so glad we dont do these here but our children sit the 11+ entrance exams which is equally as stressful, so much for little ones

  4. Jenny says:

    I read most of my books through NetGalley which is free to join – I get to share them with my readers too!

  5. Anosa says:

    It’s been forever since I last picked up a book and got lost in it for ages, I need to get back to reading big time.

  6. I’m interested int he sport you find aas my son doesn’t want to do cricket too. Love that you’ve compiled this list, so useful.

  7. I love reading so finding books that are cheap are a must for me. I love this linky idea

  8. Good luck to Caitlin and Ieuan, they are intelligent kids, I am sure they will do well! Have a lovely time in Devon, we are hoping to go in June

  9. Joanne Mallon says:

    Thanks for this, I love a good bargain book. I recently picked up The Cows by Dawn O Porter on Kindle for £1.99 and it was so good I raced through it in 2 days.

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