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It’s safe to say the world is going through a chaotic, stressful period – one for the history books, certainly. In these uncertain times, it’s important to keep up a routine that promotes relaxation, happiness, and normalcy. To help book lovers do just that, Coupon Chief created an infographic that outlines different ways readers can continue to access their favourite books, even if local libraries and bookstores are closed.
It's also a great idea to support your local bookshops wherever you feel able. LoveReading has been sharing the details of independent bookshops across the UK that are working hard to come up with inventive ways to keep spreading the book love while also fulfilling online orders. You can check the Booksellers Association website to find your nearest independent.
For the biggest book lovers, maintaining a supply of new reads can get pricey. That’s why it’s important to know the best ways to save money on books of all kinds, from hardcover novels to audiobooks and ebooks.
Here are a few ways to get new books on a budget without breaking social distancing requirements:
If you find yourself with too much time on your hands right now, reading is a great way to pass the time, keep your mind engaged, and keep stress levels low. Whether you prefer science fiction or autobiographies, a good book is the best way to soothe the soul.
Keep reading, keep calm, and above all, stay healthy.