Kindle Buffet is a wealth of information for anyone wanting to know how to use their Kindle and its features better, or simply wanting to find free books, newspapers, apps etc. There’s also a website where you can sign up for a newsletter, to have new lists of kindle freebies (primarily ebooks) delivered directly to your email.
I learned so much from reading this book. It’s an overview for now, but in time, I’ll go back and use Kindle Buffet like the resource it is meant to be. It has graphics, links and step-by-step instructions, guiding me through the process of so much of what I need and want to know about using my kindle, borrowing and converting ebooks from libraries, so I can read them on my kindle, using various apps and features, as well as how to cross communicate with different devices, as well as how to get multiple newspapers delivered to my kindle, absolutely free.
Yes, I signed up for the email from the website too. Some ebooks are only free for a short period of time. This is a valid way to know when free promotional ebooks, for newly published works, are offered. Of course, Weber wasn’t selfish in his quest to hand out freebies. He gives a list of other free websites, even going so far as to explain how to use some of them that might be confusing.
Oh, and in case you don’t have a kindle, you can get the app for free on numerous devices from computers to tablets to phones. Weber explains how to do this too. So now you have no excuse not to read Kindle Buffet and add it to your resource library. It’s one of those must haves for anyone who uses a kindle.
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