Friday, December 31, 2010

Lending Kindle Books

I took a little vacation from blogging this month to do some home renovation, cleaning and preparing for the holidays.  I look forward to a great year in 2011 and I hope you will join me by reading this blog. 
I received a new Kindle a couple of months ago and I just love it.  I have over 200 books in my Kindle library.  Many of these book were offered as free books for a limited amount of time.  
Yesterday, Amazon announced that it would be possible to lend Kindle books to other readers.  This is a great way to access more books and save lots of money.  The awesome thing about this program is that you don't have to own a Kindle to borrow a book.  You can download a free Kindle Application to your personal computer or telephone and read Kindle books just like having a Kindle.
The owner of a Kindle book can lend a book only one time for a period of two weeks.  The owner can't access the book while it is circulating....just like a real book.  At the end of the two weeks, the book is automatically returned to the original owner.
I would like to offer you an opportunity to borrow some of my Kindle books.  Publishers have the option to decide if their books are included in the lending program. Here are some of my Kindle books that are elgible for the lending program.  If you would like to borrow one of these books, please add a comment to this blog post and include your email address. 

The Winners Manual by Jim Tressell.
The Judge Who Stole Christmas by Randy Singer
Troublesome Creek by Jan Watson
Fireflies In December by Jennifer Erin Valent
The Dickens With Love by Josh Lanyon
Great Parents, Lousy Lovers by Gary Smalley
Naked Lens: Video Blogging & Video Journaling to Reclaim the YOU in YouTube by Michael Kaminsky
Crossing Oceans by Gina Holmes
Writing Fiction For Dummies by Peter Economy and Randy Ingermanson

First come, first serve.  Just tell me the book you want to borrow in the comments below and I will email it to you. 
Happy Reading and Happy New Year!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I would like to read: the questions Christians ask, thanks

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