I don't mean to be a pitch-man for Amazon so much, but there are some deals this month I think a lot of readers here would be interested in. Some have already been reviewed on other blogs in my circle (Keith West,) so I thought I would note them.
I have loads of running Amazon wishlists and keep going over them constantly. This month's deals aren't quite as stunning as last year (when Amazon dropped prices on 1,000 MP3 albums to coincide with their Kindle Fire launch) but still worth digging around.
Agincourt by Bernard Cornwell $1.99
The Archer's Tale by Bernard Cornwell $3.79
Cradle of Solitude (Rogue Angel) $1.24 (see Keith's review of another Rogue Angel title)
Daily Life in the Middle Ages by Paul B. Newman $3.99 (good reference for fantasy & historical, I would imagine)
The Serpent Sea by Martha Wells $1.99 (see Keith's review)
God's War by Kameron Hurley $1.99 (I don't know of a review in particular, but it's a Night Shade Books title, so it's probably just fine)
Seven Princes by John R. Fultz, his debut novel $2.99
Did you know that Amazon also has Bargain Books (just like the front of the B&N brick'n'mortar store?)
It's almost a wash, but you can get the Kindle edition of LeGuin's Tales from Earthsea for $1.43 - or pony up a few more cents and get the mass market paperback for only $1.51. The same applies for The Other Wind. I haven't read them myself, but coming that cheap, and I enjoyed the original trilogy, I had to grab these - I went for the paperback to complete my print Earthsea collection.
Similarly, the above mentioned Cradle of Solitude, is almost as cheap in mmp. And, The Dragon's Mark, is available cheaper as mmp than e'book right now, too.
Howard A. Jones' Desert of Souls hardcover is down to $10, and it has better cover art than the more expensive paperback.
Bargains include graphic novels, too.