Kindle Fire News, Reviews and Updates, November 11th, 2011:
Kindle Owners’ Lending Library
New Advantage of $199 Kindle Fire With a Free Month of Amazon Prime: Kindle Owners’ Lending Library
Amazon has recently launched its Kindle Owners’ Lending Library for owners of Kindle Fire tablet and Kindle eBook readers. This service is exclusively available for Amazon Prime members, allowing them to borrow one book per month.
You can borrow one book at a time and return it quite easily from your Kindle device itself. Thus, with a huge Kindle Owners’ Lending Library and the facility to borrow and reborrow books, you get to read even more and discover various authors and their books.
Coming to the lending library, it includes more than a hundred current and former New York Times bestsellers and several other books.
It gives you access to over 5000 books, including popular titles such as The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins, Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, etc.
Memois such as Anthony Bourdain’s Kitchen Confidential and award-winning books like The Finkler Question and Guns, Germs, and Steel, and so on are also included in the collection. You can find further details about Kindle Owners’ Lending Library here.
Watch this video to understand how the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library works.
Thus, the service offers a wide variety of books from different categories and genres. On the downside though, as of now, you may not find books by publishers like Penguin, HachetteIt, Random House, Simon & Schuster, HarperColllins, and MacMillan.
The service does not involve due dates, not even additional costs. This digital e-book rental program, however, is exclusive to Kindle owners and cannot be accessed through other phones, tablets and personal computers.
Kindle Owners’ Lending Library is a great perk for Amazon Prime members. What’s more, you are offered a free month of Amazon Prime when you first activate and register your new Kindle Fire tablet.
You can pre-order the Fire tablet from Amazon at an extremely affordable price of $199. It is scheduled to release on November 15, 2011.
Amazon Prime already gives you unlimited free two-day shipping and instant streaming of movies and TV shows with Prime Instant Videos, all at a cost of $79 for a year and now, the addition of Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, has definitely enhanced the benefits of Amazon Prime membership.