February Book Deals To Bring Joy To Your Reading Life

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An image of a white women sitting on top of a stack of books.

I’m in my “get books from the library” era, but that doesn’t stop me from browsing a good book deal. Once a month, I’ll share the deals that have caught my eye and a few recommendations to support your shopping. While I’m prioritizing indie bookshops here, I have absolutely zero judgment on where you buy your books. Just read, y’all. Without further ado, February book deals to bring joy to your reading life!

Bookshop.org Black History Month Celebration

If you aren’t familiar, Bookshop.org is a company that supports independent bookstores to sell online. When you buy a book through the Bookshop.org platform, you can connect your purchase to an independent bookstore, and a portion of the sale goes to that store.

Right now, Bookshop.org has a Black History Month sale for 15% off with the code BHM24. They have also curated a map of Black-owned independent bookstores that you can support through your purchase at Bookshop.org.

An image of the book Come & Get it by Kiley Reid. It has a green cover with a pig outlined in blue.

Come and Get It by Kiley Reid is part of the sale, and it’s our May pick for The Connected Reader 2024 Read Along!

Other Recommendations in the Sale

Please note: These are affiliate links, so if you purchase a book through these links, The Connected Reader gets a portion of the sale, NOT an independent bookstore. If you want to support an independent bookstore with your purchase, just connect your account to that store so their logo pops up in the top left.

Barnes and Noble Buy One, Get One 50% Sale

Barnes and Noble always has some sort of deal going on. Here are a few books I’d recommend in their February book deals to bring joy to your reading life.

Houston Indie Spotlight: Brazos Bookstore

Brazos Bookstore is celebrating its 50th anniversary and sponsoring a community challenge this month. Just restock a Little Free Library for 10% off in-store, or start your own little free library for 35% off in-store to start filling it!

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links, meaning I get a small commission if you decide to make a purchase through my links, at no cost to you. Even if you don’t use the links, I highly recommend checking out Bookshop.org and Libro.fm for access to tons of titles while still supporting an indie bookstore.

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