Monday, 6 October 2014

Kindle Unlimited comes to the United Kingdom

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Kindle Unlimited, Amazon's borrowing scheme for kindle owners was launched in the US in July and has been successful so far. As a result, Amazon have now decided to launch the same scheme in the UK.
To learn more, click on this link. Amazon Prime has been available for a long time now, but this is different in that for a monthly subscription fee, readers can borrow as many books as they want to, although they are only allowed to keep ten on their kindle at once. So if they want to borrow another, they have to delete one. The other big difference is that while Prime is only for kindle devices, KU allows members to read the books on apps as well.
Don't forget though, readers have to read 10% of the book before the author gets paid! Unlike Prime, where they get paid as soon as their book is downloaded.
The first month's subscription is free so you have nothing to lose by trying it out. Enjoy!
 
 

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