You look around today and see millions of people enjoying Kindle and ebooks. How are they able to do this? Do you have to purchase the Kindle Fire? Are there special plans that allow you to enjoy the books without having to fork out a fee every time?
1) If you have the means to acquire a Kindle then this link will help you. Kindle E-readers
You will note a variety of price ranges from $79 to $199 US dollars. If the price is too steep then you can take a look at some of the auction sites like eBay.
2) A neat thing that has been provided so that people do not have to purchase a Kindle is the helpful software called Kindle for PC ‘Kindle for PC’ will work on computers that meet the minimum requirements.
A PC with a 500MHz Intel or AMD processor or faster
At least 128MB of RAM
Screen resolution of 800×600 or greater
Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later, or Windows Vista or Windows 7
100MB of available disk space
As a point of note, Android and other smartphone devices have similar types of applications. You can search for them in the market place.
3) Did you know that Amazon functions as a library too for Kindle books? It is called the Kindle Owners Lending Library
The ‘Kindle Owners Lending Library’ has a plethora of E-books to choose from and you just pay one annual fee. At the time of this writing, it is $79 US dollars for an Amazon Prime membership. Yet, in order to see if you like the plan, they offer a one month trial membership FREE. Noted below is what the membership entails.
Amazon.com shares: ‘With Prime, Kindle owners can now choose from thousands of books to borrow for free including over 100 current and former New York Times Bestsellers as frequently as a book a month, with no due dates.’
In closing, I hope you find one or all three points help you to read that one book you been itching to set your hands and eyes on.