Whether you love ‘em or hate ‘em, eReader devices such as the Kindle are changing the way we read. Like me, you might prefer the feel of a book in your hands, but you can’t deny the convenience of this technology. For example, did you know you can get FREE eBooks without owning a Kindle? Or that you can check out newly-released books on your device from your local library?
Read more in the posts below to see what else you’re missing out on! Also, don’t forget to contact me if you have any questions or suggestions of your own.
Recently, a friend of mine sent me a link to download a FREE eBook. But my excitement quickly turned to disappointment because I don’t have a Kindle or other electronic reading device on which to read it. When I told him as much, he said, “I know, but there’s an app where you can read Kindle books on your phone, iPad, PC, etc. And Amazon has tons of public domain books free all the time”… Read more >>
If you love bargains and love to read, then have I got news for you! Amazon has launched the Kindle Daily Deal, a promotion that will feature one Kindle eBook every day at a specially discounted price. To keep track of these deals, you can go to amazon.com/kindledailydeal. The bargains will be posted at 12:00 a.m. Pacific time and run for 24 hours… Read more >>
It’s time to dust off those library cards folks! Thanks to Amazon teaming up with 11,000 libraries in the US, you can start borrowing Kindle books AT NO CHARGE. You may be wondering what that even means: how can you check out an electronic book? It’s actually quite simple… Read more >>