I love Kindle Unlimited. I know a lot of people don’t, but I think it is fantastic. I signed up for kindle unlimited thinking that I would be a member for a few months, read all the unlimited books that interest me, and then cancel. That was probably almost two years ago….and I still have it.
What is Kindle Unlimited? I look at it like a library for your kindle. You pay $9.99 a month to read books enrolled in the program for free. You can have ten Kindle Unlimited books at a time. It seems like the books fall into one of three areas: classics, super-popular, and indie authors. This isn’t always the case, but usually.
Some people complain that the books are huge, long wastes of their time. And some of them are. This is where reviews come in handy. I always read through the reviews on Kindle Unlimited books. Sometimes you find books listed as clean really aren’t. Sometimes you find books that have horrible story lines. Sometimes you’ll find bad writing, and, more often than not, if editing is bad people will make a note of it.
All of this being said, I’ve decided to list my book on Kindle Unlimited. I waited because I’m unsure about the value for an author in it, but I’m hoping offering on Kindle Unlimited will put my book in more people’s hands. I also think I have enough reviews posted to give people an idea of the book and convince them to give it a try.
If you have Kindle Unlimited, you should be able to get The Convergence through the program by the end of the week. If you don’t have it, I would recommend it. A lot of my favorite authors use it….I think that every book I have reviewed so far is offered on Kindle Unlimited. Even if you don’t plan on keeping it, I think the trial is worth it. You can find new author’s to love for the price of one book. Yeah, I would say it’s worth it!
Here’s the link for signing up and if you haven’t bought your copy yet, The Convergence can be your first Kindle Unlimited choice! Happy (and endless) reading, my friends!