Reading, it’s one of the things many of us wish we could do more of. Unfortunately, physical books are not cheap and getting our hands on as many as possible may be a drain on our bank account. Enter eBooks.
Since the introduction of the eBook (electronic book), access to books has increased significantly and today, buying and reading a book is not as costly as it once used to be or can be when you buy print books. In fact, you can find quality Amazon Kindle books for as little as $0.99 or $2.99.
With that said, if you’re an ardent reader who reads several books a day (or several books at the same time), that $2.99 can quickly add up. Actually, since most of the eBooks priced at between $0.99-2.99 are short reads that you can read in an hour or less, you can read up to 5 books a day. As you can imagine, the purchase price for this books can stack up over a week, month, or even year. For instance, if you read 3 books (priced at $2.99) per day, at the end of the week, you’ll have spent $62.79; at the end of the month, you’ll have spent $251.16, and at the end of the year, $3,013.92. That is a lot of money.
Instead of buying books outrightly, Amazon has a subscription service that gives you access to more than 1.8 million eBooks for a low fee of $9.99 per month (or $120 per year). This service is Kindle Unlimited. As someone with a huge appetite for reading, you will undoubtedly want to return the books you’ve read so that you can read some more. That means you will need to know how to return books. To ensure you do this with ease and benefit the most from Kindle Unlimited, this book will discuss everything you need to know about Kindle unlimited including how to return a borrowed kindle book in three easy steps with pictures. Let’s begin.