If you like reading – it can get a little expensive from time to time, especially if you are bookworm like me. E-books are a great way to keep reading while potentially saving a few pounds. They are also a great way to read when you’re on the tube. Here are five e-books to download now which won’t break the bank.
Miranda & Me by Miranda Hart
This is mainly because we all need a laugh with a hint of realism and that is what you get with Miranda Hart. The woman never fails to cheer me up and I feel like this would be a great book to read on the way home from a long tough day.
Doing It by Hannah Witton
I adore Hannah Witton and the way she is bringing sex education to her fans and this book encapsulates this perfectly. You learn a lot from reading this but in the way you would be speaking to a big sister or someone you are completely open with. An E-Book is a great way to take it all in while you’re commuting to school or work.
The Doctors Kitchen – A taste of Autumn by Dr Rupy Aujila
If you are looking for some healthy but delicious food which will not cost you earth The Doctors Kitchen – A Taste of Autumn is a great place to start. It was created by Dr Rupy Aujila who talks you through the benefits of the ingredients he uses. It is really insightful. There are three books of his and each of them are full of interesting budget-friendly meals.
The Anxiety Solution – A quieter mind a calmer you by Chloe Botheridge
So I won’t lie I have been struggling lately so I decided to grab this from my bookshelf. I am only a couple of chapters in but I have to say it is already proving to be an insightful and comforting read.
Am I normal yet? by Holly Bourne
Am I Normal Yet? is here because it is one of my favourite reads of 2017 so far and every girl needs to read this. It is slightly cheaper to purchase as an EBook so it is a great way to get hold of it if you are on a budget.
While I love nothing more than holding a physical copy of a book there is something about the ease of having an E-book.