LEARN SOMETHING NEW EVERY DAY: Kindle Owner’s Lending Library
And a PRIME membership.
Just figured this out (we’ve had a Prime membership for years):
Go to the product page (link above). IF you have a Prime membership AND own an actual Kindle device, you may borrow a Kindle edition book for FREE every month – and Pride’s Children qualifies. Just select borrow for free next to the Prime symbol to the right of the book cover. Duh, Alicia!
Rankings for books and authors INCLUDE borrows, so if you like, you can read the final, cleaned up published version of Pride’s Children: PURGATORY (Book 1) at no cost to you! And I get credit.
I’m sure everybody else but me knows this, and I probably did at one point (when I was just a reader), but it NEVER OCCURRED TO ME that MY book would qualify.
Did you know this about Prime? Do you use it? You can borrow, yup, do the math, twelve books a year. IF they are available in KOLL and you own a Kindle device. And the publisher has made the book available.
My excuse: brain fog. Ay, ay, ay – what a head! ¡Qué cabeza!
Cross posted at liebjabberings.wordpress.com
I also had no idea!
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Amazon treats me like an author, and my book like a book they sell.
It’s hard to wrap my mind around that.
I’m sure it’s old hat for those who’ve published themselves for years and have many books out, but I thought they offered you a monthly selection of about six books (I’ve borrowed one myself that way) – apparently, it’s one of any of the books enrolled in KDP Select, which INCLUDES KU and KOLL.
I know it dates me, but – Cool!