How many e-books have purchased from kindle?

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  1. flashmakeit profile image68
    flashmakeitposted 6 years ago

    How many e-books have purchased from kindle?

  2. Keith Ham profile image60
    Keith Hamposted 6 years ago

    None, I feel that e-books rob the enjoyment from a physical book. Quite a bit is lost in translation, including artistic value.

  3. tsmog profile image83
    tsmogposted 6 years ago

    I have bookmarked many in my wish list at Amazon. However I have purchased none as yet, although I have read a few. By that I mean I have gotten about a dozen 'Free' books from there and read those.

  4. Pennypines profile image59
    Pennypinesposted 6 years ago

    Not a single e-book to my knowledge.  My first publication was my grandmother's manuscript, and it remained on the e-book list for four years, until I finally dropped it.  So when I published my memoir, I decided not to sign up for Kindle or Nook or any of the others.  I doubt if I have missed any sales as a result.

  5. Twilight Lawns profile image81
    Twilight Lawnsposted 6 years ago

    I have only recently bought a Kindle.  Two weeks ago, in fact, and have since bought about twelve  and downloaded as many free ones.
    You are talking to the converted.  I thought  that as I have published an ebook I ought to show willing and have one ereader of my own, but I love the feel and smell of "real" books, but how much I have changed,  Yes, I do like the printed copies, but I find  that reading on  a Kindle has made my reading much faster,
    I am (or was) a notoriously slow reader and writer, but somehow I am increasing my reading speed amazingly.

  6. tlmcgaa70 profile image75
    tlmcgaa70posted 6 years ago

    i have the free kindle app on my computer and i have bought and read 6 or 8 books. i far prefer to read the physical book, but i am impatient and like the ability to order a book and read it now, not waiting for it to come in the mail. i have ordered many books from amazon though and never had a problem. in fact amazon is the only place i get my books from when ordering online.

  7. lburmaster profile image82
    lburmasterposted 6 years ago

    I don't want to count that high right now. Basically I have two libraries. One in my home, down the hall. The other on my kindle. Each a collection of about 100 novels.

 
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