People sometimes find my blog with the search term 'How to find cheap ebooks'. I can't resist buying books when they're on offer and since I've had my Kindle I have bought many more than I will ever read. And still I keep buying... In case you have the same compulsion, here's a list of sites that help you find the bargains.
All my books are on offer at low prices from Amazon and Kobo.
You can find more information at Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk
USEFUL SITES FOR CHEAP EBOOKS:
Daily Cheap Reads UK finds and lists free and cheap ebooks in the UK. It's run by the same people who run the popular Daily Cheap Reads site in the US . You don't need a Kindle to read the books - you can use a free kindle app for your iPad or smartphone, or you can download Kindle for PC or Kindle for Mac for free. You can also use Cloudreader to read books in your browser on your computer if you use Chrome or Safari.
The Frugal Ereader has regular posts about free and cheap ebooks in the US, as well as news, features and giveaways. There is an anniversary giveaway running on the site with a book being given away every day this month.
Ereadernewstoday has news about free and cheap ebooks in the US, as well as Kindle accessories.
I also use EreaderIQ to notify me about price drops of ebooks I'd like to buy. It has both a US and a UK site.
Indie Book Bargains in the UK has a daily newsletter with cheap and bargain-priced books in the UK.
The Kindle Daily Deal launched on 15th November 2011 in the UK. Each day a different book is offered for 24 hours at a discount of around 70-80%. The Kindle Daily Deal has been operating successfully in the US for longer, with books by popular/famous authors on offer at very cheap prices.
Let me know if there are any other sites you use and I'll add them to the list.