Save money on ebooks for Kindles and other electronic readers
by downloading them for free from Internet sites. Almost all of the
classics are available online. You can also download books from the library, and
you don't have to worry about late fees. When the books are due to be
returned, next time you turn on your Internet connection on your Kindle, the
book will be taken off your computer.
Here are some frugal tips for your Kindle.
both you and your spouse have a Kindle, you can share purchased books in your
-You can download books free
from the library. When they are due to be returned, they will just be
pulled off your Kindle. No traffic, no late fees.
-Join mailing lists to find free
or low cost ebooks from Amazon. Or you can look at the selection of free
books on the Amazon site.
- You have Internet access with
your Kindle. If you don't have a smart phone, you can use it when away
from home for phone numbers, maps, etc.
- Students now have their text
books on Kindles and other electronic readers so they
don't have so much to
carry around campus.
Put your scriptures on your Kindle to
take to church
and you will have less to carry.