How to Get Free eBooks for the Amazon Kindle

How to Get Free eBooks for the Amazon Kindle

Whether you own an Amazon Kindle, Kindle DX, or Kindle DX Graphite, you are probably on the search for a few free eBooks to add to your collection of readable material. If you are on a budget or simply like getting something for free, you’ll be happy to know that there are actually close to two million titles of free eBooks that are available to those who wish to download them to their Amazon Kindle, Kindle DX, or Kindle DX Graphite. Many of the free eBooks can be obtained without a discount retail coupon or discount code. These titles include books that have fallen out-of-copyright, many of which were written before 1923. Since these eBooks come from older titles, the quality of some of them is often questionable due to the fact that the books have often been scanned in order to create digital versions of them. A great number of classics are also available to readers who want to receive wireless delivery directly to their Amazon Kindle, Kindle DX, or Kindle DX Graphite. Where Can You Get Free eBooks for Your Amazon Kindle? Each site that offers free eBooks provides a set of easy-to-follow instructions detailing how to obtain your copies. In most cases, wireless delivery is quick and painless. Considered public domain books, most of the free copies arrive in ePUB format, necessitating the need to obtain special software from Amazon (Stanza) to convert the files for reading. Here is a sampling of the online sites where avid readers can obtain free reading material. The Amazon Kindle Store: While many of the eBooks offered free at the...
How to Get Free Kindle Books

How to Get Free Kindle Books

Amazon has blown open the digital book world by introducing their Kindle book lending program. If you were looking for a way to reduce your reading budget you just may have found it. The program has lots of features and you do not even have to have a Kindle book reader to participate. The Kindle works on phones such as the I-phone, Blackberry and all Android devices. You have to use those phones Kindle App which is free to read your material. If you have a Kindle, of course you can use that. You can also use a personal computer, an I-pad or a Mac. <strong>Rules</strong> There are a couple of rules concerning the lending program: <ul> <li>You will not be able to read the book that you lend to someone else during the loan period</li> <li>Only eligible books can be loaned. Eligibility is determined by the author, not Amazon.</li> <li>You can loan out books for 14 days.</li> <li>To find out if a book is “lendable” you can look in the product description of that book on Amazon, and it will say “lending enabled” under the ASIN number.</li> <li>If you have a bunch of books on your kindle already, you can go to Manage your Kindle (online) and click the “+” button next to the title. If the book is loanable, you will see it noted there.</li> <li>All you need to know is the name and email address of the person you are lending it too.</li> </ul> <strong>It is so social</strong> Not only do you get to really take advantage of borrowing books, you can make friends in the...
How to Market Your Published Amazon Kindle Book

How to Market Your Published Amazon Kindle Book

If you are an author or an article writer who would like to grow your bank account, head on over to Amazon.com. Once there, you will see a number of self-publishing options, zero in on Amazon Kindle eBooks. If you enjoy writing, this opportunity can not only be fun, but a serious moneymaker. The Amazon Kindle is a portable, handheld eReader. It is equipped with Whispernet, which enables all users to browse or search the Amazon Kindle bookstore. Owners then purchase the eBook of their choice and it automatically downloads it to their device, even on the go. So, why should you write self-published eBooks for the Amazon Kindle platform? Why else? The money. After writing your product details and uploading your files for digital text conversion, you set your own selling price. Since Amazon handles the sale, they pay you 70% in royalties for each sale, as outlined in their Terms and Conditions. Unlike many other moneymaking opportunities, no investment is needed. It is free to list a digital text eBook on the Amazon website. Why wouldn’t you? Another reason why you should try to profit from the writing and sale of an Amazon Kindle eBook is because the devices are popular. I mean as of 2013, these things are really popular. As previously stated, owners can download books on the go. No cables are needed. And, since the Kindle weighs less than most paperback books, it is a hit! In fact, Amazon has had difficulty keeping these devices in stock. This goes to show how popular the Amazon Kindle is and how great the potential to profit...
Amazon Kindle books in the Britain

Amazon Kindle books in the Britain

While having an excellent e-reader is necessity, it is useless without a large library of books to read on it. Amazon truly understands, and not only do they have the nearly all well authenticateed eBook store in the world, but they also constantly innovate and think of new ways to deliver Kindle books. Among a little of the up-to-date ways Amazon is distributing their books is the Kindle books lending course. This new program makes it can do for persons with a Kindle, or a costless Kindle reading app on their mobile phone or computer, to go to a local library to acquire books from the Kindle bookstore. This is a great addition to their already profitable online distribution method, and it will enable tons of public to read books that they otherwise couldn’t afford. Alternately of browsing the Kindle bookstore in the United kingdom online, you will be able to walk to a local library and plainly check out a book directly onto your device. Quickly, the purchase of the Kindle seems like an incredible deal because it will give you access to thousands of books that you can without a doubt acquire without having to spend any additional money. Although very bold, this up-to-date strategy can pay off for Amazon as it is sure to drive sales of the device itself which will continue to establish them as the go to device for e-reading. Not only can you lend books from the library, but this modern line also approves users to share items from the Kindle bookstore with every another for up to fourteen days. A book...
How To Use The Amazon Kindle Digital Text Platform

How To Use The Amazon Kindle Digital Text Platform

Amazon’s digital text platform, also known as DTP, may not mean much to you. It may be just another application you don’t want. But,stop right now! You can not afford to think this way. As an eBook author, Amazon’s digital text platform is not just an application, but thee moneymaking tool. It allows you to covert your eBooks into digital text format. What is so special about this format? It makes your eBook compatible with the popular Amazon Kindle. In fact, when finished, your eBook is sold in the Amazon Kindle Book Store! You can visit the Amazon DTP two ways. The easiest is by visiting DigitalTextPlatform.com. Access is also possible through Amazon.com. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the “Self-Publish with Us,” link. Choose the Amazon Kindle. Amazon owns and operates this website. All Amazon accounts will work. If you do not have an Amazon account, create a free one. All users need to visit the “My Account,” section on the dashboard. Make sure your information is up-to-date and accurate. They need a way to contact you and pay you when a sale is made. To start the publishing process, select “My Self,” from the dashboard headings. Then, click to add a new item. A new box will appear. This is step one of three. Enter in product details. An ISBN number is requested, but not required. A description of your book is optional too, but this is a must. Reader will not buy a book based on its cover and title alone. Write a short, but detailed description. Highlight the steps covered in...
INFERNO by Dan Brown – Amazon Book Reviews – Kindle eBook

INFERNO by Dan Brown – Amazon Book Reviews – Kindle eBook

WHAT IS DAN BROWN’S INFERNO REALLY ABOUT? The reviews are out and we’ve finally got a look at what the author of THE DA VINCI CODE is up to. Along with ANGELS & DEMONS and THE LOST SYMBOL, Brown has been revealing the results of his research and interest in the legends and myths of Western civilization. Okay, DA VINCI owed at lot to THE HOLY BLOOD AND THE HOLY GRAIL by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh and Henry Lincoln. And in ANGELS, Brown hugely underestimated the world’s response to the death and election of a Pope. But he sure wrote some great thrillers! And now, what are they saying about INFERNO? Robert Langdon, the hero of Dan Brown’s novels, would enjoy the detective work that led to this book review of INFERNO: A NOVEL, recently published in the USA by historian Sanford Holst. It comes after the worldwide distribution of this novel’s prologue, first chapter and official teasers. The review brings some good news and bad news for DA VINCI fans. Especially intriguing in INFERNO is the woman who comes to Langdon’s bedside early in the novel, Dr. Sienna Brooks. Yes, this is Dan Brown writing, so it takes place in a hospital rather than in romantic moonlight. Even so, she is captivating. In her early 30s, she appears before him in blue scrubs with her blond hair tied back in a ponytail that swings behind her as she approaches him. Will she be a major player in what is to happen? Oh yes. Noted historian Sanford Holst brings wry insights and historical perspective. His last book explored the...
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