Kindle Unlimited Subscription, is it worth it?

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Abby56
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Re: Kindle Unlimited Subscription, is it worth it?

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I like kindle unlimited, but it depends on what you want to read. I haven't noticed a lot of top bestsellers. In romance books, it is a lot of self-published books, usually written in first person. However, I am enjoying the subscription, and the categories are very well-organized to find books that appeal to you.

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It's worth your money if you read around 6 e-books or more per month.

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In my experience i used the subscription a lot, but the way amazon close several of the saga that i was reading, just because . I believe that writer are due respect and Amazon is not given them any, i cancelled my subscription after three years.

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I've had my KU subscription for a year now. Best thing ever! I can read anywhere from 4-10 books a week. Since I have run out of room in my own library for more, it's easier for me to read whole series on my kindle and return. I can access all 10 of the books borrowed on all of my devices.

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I believe if you enjoy reading and use your kindle often to read, then it should be well worth the money. I do know that you can use it across multiple devices, but be careful as your children might be able to see what you are reading as well.

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It really depends on what you want to read and how much you want to read. If you are going to read multiple books per month and like using an e-reader, then I would recommend, but if you are, like me, more of a fan of paperbacks or you only read 1 or 2 books a month, it may not be worth it for you.

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