Hey Ozb'ers :)
I'm looking to buy my very first e-book reader; a Kindle Paperwhite wi-fi 4gb (I'm happy to hear other suggestions on brands/models with supporting arguments). It got me thinking about how much people spend per month on e-books.
I'm already baulking at the idea of how much I might be potentially spending once I get the damn thing, because I kinda want to buy e-book versions of books I already own, just so that I can read them again (and again) on the Kindle. I know that's very un-Ozbargainish, but don't judge!
Thanks to users like TA and EasternCulture, I'm aware that many free e-books are available, but as far as I know, they're not best-sellers/popular books, which is probably what I'd mostly be after.
Speaking of free e-books, I'm also wondering whether you guys buy "expensive" e-books (say between $8-$15+) or do you just stick to the freebies and the cheapy books ($5 and under).
Weigh in my friends!
I'm just hoping that your responses won't turn me off getting a Kindle!!
N.B - I realise that the money spent on e-books isn't going to be the same from month to month, and that some of you may go months without buying anything at all. Just give me a rough average, otherwise explain in the comments what your situation is :)