Kindle Unlimited Got Me Again.

Kindle Unlimited Got Me Again.

After reading The Language of Hoofbeats, I decided I really wanted to read more books by Catherine Ryan Hyde. I started looking at her other books on Amazon to see which one I should read next. Then, I noticed she has written a lot of books, and several are included with the Kindle Unlimited membership. I promptly reenrolled and downloaded four of her books. Three of them I will also have on audible, which will help keep me entertained during my commute.

I like Kindle Unlimited because not only can you read an unlimited amount of books on your Kindle, but you can also listen to a limited amount of books on Audible. Only certain “Unlimited” books are available on Audible. Kindle Unlimited is $9.99 a month, but because I just reenrolled, I was able to cancel my Audible membership, at least temporarily, and enjoy my Kindle books.

A couple of other things. With Kindle Unlimited, you are only “borrowing” a book. You can borrow a certain amount at a time. I don’t think there is a time limit. Another drawback is that many of the books you might be looking for won’t be available for you. You have to choose what they have available.

Book nerd problems.

What are your favorite Kindle Unlimited books?

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Felicia holds a Masters degree in Organizational Management with a minor in Organizational Leadership. She holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology with a minor in Operations Management. She is married to Dr. Lloyd, and is an absolute fitness enthusiast.
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