Amazon reported that net sales increased 22 percent to $16.07 billion in the first quarter of the financial year, compared to the same period last year. At the same time, the company reported that net income had decreased. Check it out: Operating...Show More Summary
Amazon is expanding the Kindle Owners' Lending Library, which allows Kindle-owning Prime members to borrow one ebook for free each month, to the United Kingdom, Germany and France. The move comes at a time when Amazon is heavily promoting its self-publishing program in Europe.
You don't need a card for this library.
Amazon Prime subscribers in the the UK, Germany and France will soon be able to borrow e-books through the Kindle Owners' Lending Library, the online retailer announced Thursday. Beginning later this month, subscribers will be able to borrow up to one e-book per month at no additional cost. Show More Summary
Amazon's Kindle Owners' Lending Library has grown considerably since launching in the US, and it looks like the company's finally decided it was time to let some other countries in on the service as well. It announced today that Amazon...Show More Summary
Amazon continues to roll out its content offerings in Europe. Starting today, Amazon Prime members will be able to borrow books from the Kindle owners' lending library. 200,000 books are available at the time of this writing. Amazon will increase the KDP Select program fund to catch up with the increase of demand in book lending.
Amazon grace We knew it was going to happen – Amazon finally added all seven Harry Potter books to the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, but this week also signaled the...
More good news for Harry Potter fans! Amazon has announced that all 7 Harry Potter books are now available to borrow from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, where Amazon Prime members can borrow up to one book per month for free. The Harry Potter books are available to borrow in English, Italian, French, Spanish and German. Show More Summary
Fancy dipping back into the world of Quidditch and Dumbledore? Or maybe you shunned the whole Pottermania thing until now. Either way, if you own a Kindle, you can finally get up to speed without paying a spellbinding price -- thanks to Amazon's Kindle Owners Lending Library. Show More Summary
Amazon said they would be coming, and it delivered. From today, all seven of JK Rowling’s Harry Potter books will be available to download via Amazon’s Kindle Owner’s Lending Library...
The popular books will be available for free starting on June 19
Members of the Amazon Prime subscription program will be able to read "Harry Potter'' e-books for free through the Kindle Owners' Lending Library, a move intended to encourage consumers to buy Kindle devices.
All seven Harry Potter books by author J. K. Rowling will soon be available on Amazon.com's Kindle Owners' Lending Library, where owners of the eBook device can borrow select titles right to their Kindle device without actually purchasing the book. Show More Summary
Amazon.com this morning said that starting June 19 all seven of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books will be available for free to Amazon Prime members in the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library. The company noted that there are more than 145,000 books that can be read for free by Amazon Prime members who own a Kindle [...]
Amazon has today announced that from June 19, all seven Harry Potter books – in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish – will be coming to Kindle Owners’ Lending Library...
Potter fans will now be able to download all seven Harry Potter books from Amazon's Kindle Lending Library, a service offered free for Amazon Prime users. From the PR: The Kindle Owners’ Lending Library now features over 145,000 books to borrow for free, including over 100 current and former New York Times Best Sellers. Show More Summary
, by SSG Trent Cherin, is an ebook chronicle of SSG Cherin’s experience deployed in Iraq for a year spanning 2003 and 2004. 2 Weeks a Year caught my eye as I was browsing the Kindle owners lending library because the cover photo is of the author standing in front of an Army Ambulance. SSG [...]
Amazon’s Kindle certainly seems to be dominating the e-reading space in many countries, but it’s perhaps its publisher deals that helps it truly stay ahead of the game. In a...
Last December, I blogged about Amazon's KDP Select program, which allows KDP authors to participate in Amazon's Kindle Owners' Lending Library and be paid per borrow from a fund established by Amazon. Two weeks ago, Amazon issued a press release charting KDP Select's performance during its first month. Show More Summary
Amazon on Thursday released some interesting numbers regarding the company’s Kindle Lending Library which officials now state has 5,000 books. If you’re unfamiliar with the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library the system offers a collection of books that Amazon Prime members who own a Kindle can borrow once a month with no due dates. Along with [...]Show More Summary