Thursday, March 30, 2017

Kindle Unlimited...aka How I Keep Up With My Reading Habits Without Going Broke

If you are anything like me, you love to read...and you plow through reading material like a teenage boy through the contents of a refrigerator. If I had to purchase every book that I read at full price, I would be in debt up to my ears. The library is a great resource, however, I truly love reading on my phone because I have my book in my pocket at all times. Most library systems do offer an ebook borrowing program, however the books available are often limited.

Enter Kindle Unlimited. Kindle unlimited is a book subscription program similar to what Netflix is for TV and Movies. You pay a monthly fee of $9.99 and you can borrow as many books (that are part of the Kindle Unlimited Library) as you can read during each month. You can have up to ten books on your account at one time, and simply have to return a book to download another once you have hit your limit of ten. I don't have to feel guilty about reading a new book, because I click on that little tab that says "read for free with Kindle Unlimited." Guilt free book buying, I'll take it!

Many of the books that I will review over the next few weeks will be a part of the Kindle Unlimited program. So to read them without buying each, click on the banner below for a free trial!

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