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#1 Letitia


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Posted 07 January 2014 - 07:26 PM

Hey, I heard about this website on Twitter called Oyster, which is allegedly like Netflix except for books. You pay a monthly fee and you can read as many books as they'll let you based on what you pay. I'm broke as hell and I'd really like to give this a shot if it's legit. Have any of you tried it? Please let me know if you have and what your experience has been. I need to read like nobody's business, but I work retail and it's not exactly paying all my bills, and neither is my novel.


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