Free Books for the Moderate-Income Reader


| 9/1/2009 10:36:55 AM


Stephen Elliott's Adderall DiariesIn the category of brilliant ideas: If you make less than $25,000/year, you can request a free galley copy of Stephen Elliott’s true-crime memoir The Adderall Diaries, released today from Graywolf Press. (Galleys are those advance reader copies, soft-cover editions that sometimes find homes in reading programs and the like, but too often end up in recycling bins.)

Read about the free book offer at The Rumpus, which Elliott edits, plus details of his book tour.

Source: Graywolf Press, The Rumpus



Shawna
9/2/2009 4:20:09 AM

This is truly good news and a relief. Ever since I’m book reader and I love exploring the world of words that I’ve read. Good thing that there is now this free books for the moderate-income reader like me. Actually I’ve just earning $23,000 annually and the only reason why I can still continue my book reading hobby is because I usually get some instant cash [see: http://personalmoneystore.com/Payday-Loans/instant-Payday-Loans/instant-Cash ] to buy books and almost most of it our on BOOK SALE!!! I’m really please with this news. Thanks Julie!




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