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Holiday Shopping 2020

If you are an Amazon.com shopper, you know that deals come and go, especially during the holiday (Black Friday, Cyber Monday, etc.) frenzy. But this can be a good time of year to catch deals.

UPDATE: this deal has now ended. In the book space, recently, I’ve seen deals like “buy 3 for the price of 2” on certain books, and there are always deals that show up in certain categories where if you buy a certain amount, you get x amount back.

I noticed this morning a “spend $20 get $5 back” limited-time deal on a select group of books (physical books). One of the titles on my wish list was there, so I started looking to see what else might be there, and there are a number of books I’ve talked about through the years.

If you are looking for deals like this, you might be interested in titles like the ones listed below. This is, of course, the tip of the iceberg for creative books. I just checked to see if some of the ones “top of mind” might be included.

(Note: these are affiliate links. I have no information on how long this deal will be available. It may be today only. Look for the “deal” information somewhere below the pricing information when viewing a product.)

Specifically on Kindle:

Comics, Graphic Novels, or Graphic Novel-focused:

No Deal – But Titles to Keep in Mind

Cartoon Guides

Miscellaneous:

See Also:

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