Monday through Friday, I get a daily email from Chirp (chirpbooks.com) with the subject line: “Today’s audiobook deals” and in the email are links to limited time discounted audiobooks. If you click a link in the email to view a particular book on the chirp website, you can view all of the limited time deals. I sort them by “Expiring Soon” which allows me to delete the email daily to keep my inbox clear without missing any deals.
They have a free Chirp app for android and apple When you sign up for a free account, you can specify the book categories you’re interested in.
For instance, there’s a category called “essential-anti-racism-nonfiction” and it currently has 26 audiobook deals starting at $1.99. If you are interested in books about race relations, check out my personal #RecommendedReads
Two categories I’m interested in are nonfiction and memoirs. Recent email’s have contained:
Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations About Race by Beverly Daniel Tatum for 4.99 which expires in 10 days and Marcus Samuelsson’s memoir entitled “Yes, Chef” for 4.99 which expires in 12 days.