How to be a great ebook author: Amazon Free ebook subscription company
On Thursday, Amazon released a free ebook subscription service called FreeEbooks.
The service offers “ebooks” from major publishers like Penguin, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, HarperPerennial, Penguin Random House, and more, as well as “eBooks from local publishers.”
Amazon will also offer a curated list of free eBooks.
The FreeEBooks service is similar to a subscription service like Amazon’s Kindle, but with a few notable differences.
The subscription will only include the eBooks you have already purchased.
Additionally, you will not be able to add new eBooks to your library.
Amazon will not send you an e-mail notification of new ebooks you have purchased.
Additionally, Amazon will only send you a free trial version of the service.
This is similar in concept to the Kindle Unlimited trial.
Amazon also said that the free version will be available on Amazon’s Web store and on the Kindle app, and that Amazon will offer a full-featured version of this service.
Amazon also said it will not use your credit card or payment information.
The only other difference is that you will be able download the FreeEbook app on your Android device.
You can sign up for the service here.
If you’re not a Kindle Unlimited member, you can sign-up for a FreeEBook subscription here.
The free e-book subscription service comes just as Amazon has been working on its own ebook offering.
The company has been adding new titles to its Kindle Unlimited program, and the company has also been making moves to add free eBOOKs to its own library.