Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited Unveiled
At $9.99 per month, and free for the first 30 days, Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited is the biggest library in the world
This levels the playing field for self-published authors," said Kenneth Eade, author of Amazon best selling thrillers, Predatory Kill and An Involuntary Spy.
Amazon, who revolutionized the publishing industry several years ago with Kindle, has struck a second blow to the publishing industry with its introduction of Kindle Unlimited, a service that offers unlmited download of over 600,000 titles for only $9.99 per month.
“This levels the playing field for self-published authors,” said Kenneth Eade, author of Amazon best selling thrillers, Predatory Kill and An Involuntary Spy.
While five of the publishing behemoths appear not to be yet on board, such as Harper Collins, Hachette and Simon and Schuster, they are expected to follow suit, as did Scholastic, which publishes the popular series, The Hunger Games, and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Harper Collins, Wiley and Simon and Schuster already offer their titles on Scribd’s similar subscription service.
You can try the service for thirty days free at Amazon.com.
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