I've had my Kindle 4 months and don't have a single book…

posted 1 year ago in Books
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Bumble Beekeeper

Have you read the Millennium trilogy?

If you already belong to your local library, you can probably download a lot of stuff for free. If not, you may not be able to set it up before your trip tomorrow since it’s Sunday.

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Sugar bee

Are you looking for something more thought provoking or what I call “fluffy”, easy reads that don’t require much thought? 

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Honey bee

There are also a lot of books available for  free on the kindle – classics like the works of Jane Austen, Sherlock Holmes, etc. 

What kind of books do you like?  Knowing will make recommendations easier!

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Buzzing Beekeeper

Wicked.  Team of Rivals.  Territory by Emma Bull.

What do you like to read?

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Bumble bee

What’s your favorite genre? Auto biographies? Fiction? Horror? Fantasy? Etc 

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Helper bee

First I would go to your public library and see if they have a digital library that you can check out free books from.  This is a great way to get started on books for really no investment at all.  Plus they get more gran money (which means more books) the more users that they have.  This is also where I get most of my Kindle books from.

Also browse Amazon for genres that you like.  You can also get a lot of classics free (and everybody should read classics it adds culture to your life.)  I highly recommend classics like “Pride and Prejudice”, “Wuthering Heights”, and other of the like.  Just search Amazon’s Kindle Store for free classics.

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Helper bee

I really like the books by Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl was very good.

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Busy bee

Also try pixelofink.com  

It’s a website the collects daily deals for kindle books- either free or super low prices.  The books available vary- romance, suspense, cookbooks, nonfiction a little of everything really.  The list is updated each day.  I’ve found its a great way to try new authors and books since they are all FREE Laughing!

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Buzzing bee

What a tragedy!!!

I’m currently in the middle of Anna Karenina, jury is still out on whether I’m enjoying it or not.

The last thing that I absolutely adored was the Song of Fire and Ice series by George R.R. Martin, but I recognize that I may have unusual tastes. :P He is a truly amazing author, though, and his characters feel completely real.

I also love just about anything from Jane Austen or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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Honey bee

Anything written by Jodi Picoult or Nicholas sparks 

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