Do any of you use kindle unlimited?
Susie #questionnaire #e-book
I do found some great authors on there xx
No. Authors actually get more money when a person buys an ebook or paperback from Amazon.
Yep! I love it for binge reading. One series, or different authors. But then I read other purchased books.
Yep, I love it.
I have in the past and most likely in the future when time permits. It is a large source of Manga and Light Novels.
I just got six months for free with my new kindle paperwhite and I love it so far!
I use Kindle unlimited but I’m also an author on Kindle unlimited. I don’t make quite as much per book on Kindle unlimited but overall that’s where the lion share of my income comes from. I like it when people use Kindle unlimited cuz that way if they don’t like my book they don’t have to read it all. Admittedly I make a few poop jokes and not everyone is a fan of that. So Kindle unlimited give them an easy out. Kindle unlimited is not my favorite way for people to read my books but it’s a solid number two…?
Yes. Read quite a few exceptional books
Me. I love it
Yup. I really enjoy it!
Yes, love it.
Yes. Most of the books on it aren’t real high quality, but it can be good for some fluffy books I don’t have to think too hard about.
I loved it, and can not wait to get it back in my budget!!! I have found some great new authors and reads
I’m a fan of Scribd. Better selection, comparable price
So am I. Better selection of books and well known authors.
Me! There are some great books on there
I do! I love it
yes and love it
I love it
No. I have real books to share in my Free Little LIbrary.
@Kari Hard ones. Like physical ones. That’s all I meant. No slight to Kindle. I use my Kindle too when necessary.
Oh. Okay. ???
You meant physical copies.
I don’t, because it doesn’t have enough that I just absolutely want to read to justify paying for it. I just use libraries (I have cards at 4, but only one is really good, and it’s out of state lol) for my Kindle, if I have time to browse at the library, I’ll get print books sometimes, and then I’ve always got a ton of unread print books at home as well. Also, my Kindle library has 100+ unread books (all owned, bought on sale or were free).
How did you get an out of state library card?
@Susie last year, when we visited our friends in Ohio, their local library lets out of state people get library cards for free. Since I only wanted it for my Kindle for ebooks, I don’t have to pay anything, the only time I would is if I was checking out physical books. I live in Alabama, so not possible haha. Some states let you do that as well, but you have to pay a yearly price. New York Public Library is like $25/year I think. I use Overdrive to check out ebooks for all libraries, but the one in Ohio has SO much more than my local libraries do.
Just a note about the “justifying” there’s always the option of canceling. I can subscribe for a month or a few, read only KU books, then cancel and read other books. And also right now is .99 for 3 months. (US)
@Kara that’s what I just did yesterday. .99 for 3 months
@Kara they just also don’t have too much of what I like to read ?♀️
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