StoryBundle offers three great ebook bundles before Christmas

StoryBundle ebook bundles

If you want to pack your ebook reading device with a bunch of good books, look no further than StoryBundle.

The site offers sets of ebooks on a pay-what-you-like basis. Usually, one ebook bundle is offered at a time, but before Christmas 2014, you can pick up the books from four bundles.

The Video Game Bundle 1.0 Rewind

First made available in May 2013, this specially curated set of ten full-length game culture & history books/magazines spans such notables as Prince Of Persia‘s Jordan Mechner, Kill Screen Magazine, “father of games” Ralph Baer, Generation Xbox and acclaimed game-related fiction from Leonard Richardson.

In total the bundle features nearly $100 worth of books for a fraction of that price.

The bundle expires on December 18, 2014.

Weird Fiction Bundle 2

This is the sequel to Jeff VanderMeer’s Weird Fiction Bundle, and features nine great award-winning and award-nominated international literary fantasy titles from Jeff’s Cheeky Frawg ebook imprint.

Not only will you love it, but just for this bundle, half of Cheeky Frawg’s publisher profit will go to fund the Helsinki 2017 Worldcon bid to help get the World Science Fiction Convention to Finland.

This bundle ends on December 25, 2014.

Holiday Fantasy Bundle

Curated by Kevin J. Anderson, the bundle spans such holidays as Mardi Gras to Thanksgiving, to Hanukkah, Winter Solstice, Christmas, New Years.

You find in the set some of our favorite award-winning and best-selling authors such as Kristine Grayson, Mark Teppo, Dean Wesley Smith, David Sakmyster and Jody Lynn Nye.

You have time to buy the bundle through December 25, 2014.

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You can read the books from StoryBundle on computers, smartphones, tablets, and, obviously, e-readers. They are available in epub, and mobi (for Kindle) file formats – with no DRM.

You can give a portion of the proceeds from each bundle to charity – it’s either Mighty Writers or Girls Write Now. You can also set up how much you want to give to the author.

Just a reminder, that StoryBundle offers gift cards. If you buy such a card, you will be able to send someone a code that they can redeem for any collection showcased on StoryBundle in the future.

Codes never expire, so gift recipients can keep it and decide for themselves when they want to redeem it. What’s more, all gift cards are bonus-enabled. That means that bonus books will be included when gift recipient will redeem the code.

Gift cards from StoryBundle is surely one of the best gifts for ebook geeks, so head to the site to explore the possibilities.

Payment options include credit card, PayPal, and Amazon Payments.

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