The Frugal Girl cheerfully living on less Mon, 15 Sep 2014 11:48:44 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Nothing like waiting til the last minute! Uh, there’s an ebook bundle available. Mon, 15 Sep 2014 11:48:44 +0000

You know the huge ebook bundles that come out a few times a year?

Well, in case you haven’t already seen this on all the other blogs you read, I wanted to let you know that there’s a healthy living bundle sale happening right now.

(Actually today is the last day it’s available.)

Normally I buy a bundle so that I can take a peek at what’s inside and let you all know what I think of it.  But to be very honest, I still have a bunch of unread ebooks on my computer, so I thought I should probably just pass on this one.

Here’s a list (with pictures!) of all the books that are included.

Like I said, I haven’t bought a bundle, but I saw that one of the special diet books is Well Fed 2, which I checked out from my library in real-book form.  It’s a paleo cookbook by Melissa Joulwan, and blogs such as Nom Nom Paleo have spoken highly of it.

(The chicken patties were really good, so try them if you buy the bundle!)

While there are some books in the bundle that I wouldn’t personally be interested in (I’m really not quite crunchy enough for medicinal herbs or essential oils at this point) there are a lot of books that are just about eating real, whole food.

(Hmm.  I see there’s a book called Crazy for Kale.  Maybe I should get that, considering how hard I’ve had to work to use up the kale from my produce box this summer!)

Oh!  And I just perused the bonus offers and noticed that when you buy a bundle, you get a $15 credit to the Strawesome store, which is where I got all of our glass straws.  Sweet.

You can also get a free $19.99 amber bracelet (just pay $5 shipping), $15 to spend at The Joyful Giraffe (which would be very useful if you cloth diaper your babies.), and there are other bonus offers as well.

So, if you’re wanting glass straws, an amber bracelet, and cloth diapering supplies, buying the bundle would be a no-brainer because the bonus offers alone would make it worth the price.

And of course, if even just a small portion of the ebooks interest you, it’s totally worth spending the $29.97 to get the bundle.  You’d only need to use 6-7 of the books to get your money’s worth!


P.S. You can buy the PDFs of this bundle for $29.97, but if you prefer to read ebooks on your kindle, you can select the Kindle option, which is $39.97.  Just check the Kindle option box on the order form.

P.P.S. I mentioned this in my podcast interview on Brilliant Business Moms, but just in case you’ve wondered: the ebook bundle sales do fairly reimburse the authors of the ebooks, despite the enormous number of authors involved. When my ebook was included in the bundle, I earned more from that sale than I ever did selling my ebook on my own.

P.P.P.S. Ebooks are never repeated in the ultimate bundles, so even if you’ve bought a bundle before, this bundle will contain no duplicates.

Disclosure: I have included affiliate links in this post. Read the fine print about this bundle and read the answers to frequently asked questions about the bundle.


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