Free Kindle eBooks With Amazon Prime

Free Amazon Kindle Books On Prime

Recently, Jeff Bezos of announced that Amazon Prime members will benefit from their new Kindle Owners Lending Library. Prime members will now be able to borrow any book from Kindle’s over 5,000 titles, including more than 100 current and former New York Times Bestsellers, to read on your Kindle.

Here’s an excerpt on that announcement:

Today we’re announcing a new benefit for Kindle owners with an Amazon Prime membership: the Kindle Owners Lending Library.

Kindle owners can now choose from thousands of books to borrow for free, including over 100 current and former New York Times Bestsellers — as frequently as a book a month, with no due dates. No other e-reader or ebook store offers such a service.

Kindle Lending Library

The Kindle Owners’ Lending Library features a wide array of popular titles, including Water for Elephants, Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, and Fast Food Nation – plus award-winning novels such as The Finkler Question, motivational books like The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, biographies and memoirs including Kitchen Confidential, and Pulitzer Prize-winning books like Guns, Germs, and Steel.

What is Amazon Prime?

Amazon Prime is a membership program where members enjoy several benefits form Amazon. Such benefits include:

  • Unlimited instant streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows with Prime instant videos
  • A Kindle book to borrow for free each month from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library
  • FREE Two-Day Shipping on millions of items
  • No minimum order size

With a little less than $7 per month, you can enjoy all the benefits of Amazon Prime. Think about it, that’s approximately 0,20 cents a day. If you are a Kindle owner or thinking of being a proud owner of the new Kindle Fire, being able to borrow a book free of charge a month, more than pays for itself. Though deal to beat. You never know what Jeff will be up to next. He might decide to also create a Free Audio Books library and allow people to listen to their equally vast collection of audible books in the future. That would be awesome.

And oh, did I mention that you can watch unlimited amount of streaming movies from their Prime Instant Videos? If that does not convince you, perhaps this will. Try Amazon Prime for 30 days for free. If you don’t like it, just cancel it.

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