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Easiest Way to Browse Prime Eligible Free Kindle e-Books! Here’s the Link
Books are our real friends in all seasons of life and books lovers are the luckiest persons on the globe having so many good friends at a time. If you also a book enthusiast with a Kindle and are looking for the full list of FREE e-books titles available on Amazon, here is the easiest way to get your dream true. However you would have be a subscriber of Amazon Prime.
Actually, Amazon recently launched the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, allowing Amazon Prime members to explore up to one e-book a month for free with no due date.
But, still it was hard enough to find any book from the stock of all the more than 5,000 titles available in the Kindle Store that qualifies for free borrowing. However, there is an easiest way to find out the free e-book on Amazon, just click on this link to get to the list in no times. This amazingly helpful shortcut comes courtesy of Publishers Marketplace Automat, which a CNet writer found by a Publisher’s Lunch tweet yesterday.
Curiously, the Publishers Marketplace Automat link misstates the number of titles–it says it “Lets You Browse 2,700 Prime Lending Titles Right On Their Site,” when the actual number is currently showing as 5,377. Their Amazon link also directs you to the list of print books that are eligible for free Prime shipment–you need to click on the Kindle-specific link that I supplied above.
Notably, the default list is available on the base of popularity, but you can also make use of the genre list on the left-hand side to filter accordingly.
And as a final note, it should also be realized that only Amazon Prime Members can read these e-books on Kindle and the folks with Kindle apps on devices such as the iPad or Androids powered phones & tablets are not eligible for this offer, nor you can you read these books on your PC in the browser-based Kindle Cloud Reader.
You would have to spend $79 only for getting Amazon Prime membership which seems the best deal in the book world we live today.