Lend Kindle Books To Friends: How To Loan A Book To A Friend And Share With Other Kindle Users

Lend Kindle Books To Friends:  How To Loan A Book To A Friend And Share With Other Kindle Users

Lend Kindle Books To Friends: How To Loan A Book To A Friend And Share With Other Kindle Users

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One of the least utilized Kindle features is the ability to lend and borrow books among family, friends, or even share a Kindle book with a perfect stranger. This is a one-time loan of up to 14 days that is entirely unrelated to Amazon Prime, the program that allows Kindle owners with Prime Membership to borrow one book per month from the Lending Library, a different subset of the eBook catalog.

As an author and publisher, I used to worry about people sharing eBooks and never purchasing them, but I've come to appreciate that sharing an eBook one time is a great feature for Kindle and a good way for an author to find new readers. This eBook offers a complete step-by-step guide to both loaning and accepting the loan of a Kindle book, including how to return it early. The process may seem a bit involved, but after you do it once or twice, it will only take you a couple of seconds in a web browser to lend books.

Lending is enabled for this eBook (and all of my Kindle eBooks) and I strongly recommend you lend your copy of this eBook to the friend or family member with whom you're most likely to swap books. While you can loan books directly from some B&W Kindle eInk models using the built-in experimental browser, it's extremely awkward, so I suggest using a PC, laptop or tablet unless you have a lot of time to kill.

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