Your reading habit doesn’t need to cost a paycheck.

By Elizabeth Sile
May 18, 2018

If you’re like me, you look at your credit card statement every month and think, “I spent how much money on books this month?” I’m reckless in an indie bookstore, and I love to fill my bookshelves with hardcovers. When I go on vacation, I download several eBooks to pick from so I have options.

But buying a few $27 hardcovers and even $15 paperbacks each month can quickly undo weeks of careful budgeting, so over the years, I’ve found a few hacks to significantly reduce how much I spend on books. These 10 tips will keep some cash in your pocket, too.

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