Do you read any the free Kindle books available on your computer/laptop/Kindle/iPad?
Does anyone download free Kindle books on their computers/laptops? Do you read any of the free books that Amazon Kindle has to offer? I just offered a free (4 day) crochet book download on my Craftdrawer blog and wanted to find out if anyone was interested in it?
Hi, yes folk certainly do search for & download your free book, that is, if they are interested in your niche/subject, only recently, I uploaded my own book on 'pheromones' & experienced nearly 200 downloads when I placed the title on a free day.
I suppose it is good for marketing entitling folk to learn about you as an author & book creator & your work plus it shows within the Amazon sales rating (which thus looks like your book is popular!)
Good luck with your title
I do book reviews and love crocheting.... send me a note with the title of your book, I can review it. Would love to do that for a fellow hubber. I can help also by reviewing it on amazon. This helps bring attention to it. '
Absolutely! One of the largest "free" collections are cooking books. I bought a low cost tablet (Pandigital) just to use in the kitchen. I also watch a lot of the free videos on my TV by connecting my laptop into the TV.
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