Christmas has come early this year with Kindle Unlimited! Kindle lovers like me have been enjoying the bounty of books offered by Amazon for a while now. If you are a bookworm, you are always looking for a good read. Now you can read practically any book, classic or latest bestseller, to your heart’s content without buying it. Read on to learn how.
Kindle Unlimited allows readers to explore 600,000 – that’s six hundred thousand – books available on Kindle. Members will also be able to access audio books. So you can ‘listen’ to your favorite book on that long drive or on your way to work. Your kids can listen to Tom Sawyer on the way to school. You can read the latest Robert Galbraith or Janet Evanovich or James Patterson, whoever strikes your fancy.
So the main question here everyone wants to know – how much does Kindle Unlimited cost. How much is it going to set you back?
Kindle Unlimited is being offered at $9.99 a month. I think most book lovers will agree it is a small price to pay for the convenience and sheer volume of different genres they will have access to. Even better news, Amazon is offering a free 30 day trial.
Amazon is known for offering free trials to their premium services. Amazon Prime comes with a 30 day free trial so that you can test drive it. A similar trial is being offered for Kindle Unlimited.
What happens to all the books on your Kindle if you leave the program? I am not sure. I suppose they will just expire, like an ebook from the library does.
Some of the questions you might want to consider are –
1) Will every book you want to read be part of Kindle Unlimited?
2) If you are an Amazon Prime member, will you be ready to pay around 120 bucks on top of your Prime fee?
3) Will you get any discounts on books you want to buy?
Are you excited to try out this new program from Amazon? What do you think is its best feature. Or what will keep you from signing up? I want to know. So please leave a comment below and jumpstart/ join the discussion.