Who doesn’t like to get a free book every now and again? One reason I began to start reviewing books was because of all the opportunities to get them free.
Tyndale Publishers has a program that anyone can join and anyone can get free books. It’s a reward program and you don’t necessarily have to buy anything to earn points. There are a number of ways to grow your point balance:
- Get your friends to join
- Take surveys
- Sign up for a newsletter (they are devotionals or talk about books)
- Get extra points just because it is your birthday!
- Review Tyndale products on sites like Amazon (you don’t have to purchase them–they can be books you borrowed from a library, even!)
I opened up my account yesterday, and easily racked up enough points to select a free book (print book). There are a variety of titles to choose from:
- The fiction books run from 65-75 points
- Nonfiction are 45-100 points
- Bibles are 125-250 points
- Parenting books are 45-75 points
- Books for children are 30-100 points
Normally, you don’t get any points for signing up, but if you use the following link you’ll automatically start out at 25 points (that’s practically halfway to a book–depending on the one you want most books are 50-100 points) and you’ll be sending an additional 10 points my way.