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Subject: Re: Why Yes, My Kindle Does Save Me Money Date: 10/4/2012 5:56 PM
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I think my Kindle has saved me money. I am a big reader, and I have bought many books for 99 cents. All the book I bought were cheaper than the hardcopy would have been. And I don't have a convenient library where I live. But, my favorite thing about the Kindle is that it decluttered my house! I have nearly 500 books on the Kindle that are not stacked on shelves or tables. In fact, I intentionally replaced many of my hardbacks with softcopy books and I was able to give away something like 8 boxes of books. My library is now very comfortable (only about 6 sets of shelves that don't overwhelm the small space) and a pleasing place to be.
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