Read Something Different- Affordably

In two previous posts, we’ve talked about how it’s useful to read things outside of your usual choices for readers (Read Something Different- Readers) and for writers (Read Something Different-Writers). Now let’s talk about how to do that affordably and how bringing down the price can help you do this.

When you’re moving outside of your comfort zone. whether for food or fun or books, you tend to be more cautious. You’re less likely to try new things if you have to make an investment in them, and, if the investment is larger, you’ll tend to make less experiments and to keep those experiments closer to the home ground you’re already comfortable with. Finding ways to try new things more affordably frees you up to be more open to different options. The same investment can let you try more things. if you find you don’t like something, you haven’t wasted as much of your resources

Places to look for free or more affordable ways to broaden your reading?

  • First and foremost, check your library
  • Talk to friends and family and set up a loan or swop for books on topics you don’t normally follow
  • Tag sales
  • Flea markets
  • Used books stores
  • Check out the last call or discounted sections and carts at chain book stores
  • Free or inexpensive ebooks There are a number of services that will send options for these to your inbox everyday

the affordable options can set you free. find the ones that work for you and sample books you wouldn’t otherwise try

Catherine Kane

12/9/16

For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as a Psychic Empath”, “Manifesting Something Better”, “The Psychic Power of Your Dreams”, “Magick for Pennies”,  and  her urban fantasy “The Lands That Lie Between”,  all from Foresight Publications, click here

and for the  Kindle version of Manifesting Something Better, click here

 

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