Free New Release eBook For Prime Members!

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If you have an Amazon Prime membership, you can score a free eBook. Choose from one of 6 new books and you can get it free (before it’s official release!) How cool is that! This is another good benefit of Prime membership. These make for great reading while traveling and on vacation by the pool! You do not need a Kindle to read these. Download the free Kindle app below if you use another device besides a Kindle.

Free New Release eBook For Prime Members!

Remember, the FREE Kindle Reading App lets you read your favorite eBooks on most devices (PCs, smartphones, tablets, etc.)

Here’s how it works:
  • Explore

    Amazon Publishing editors select four new books each month.

  • Choose one

    Prime members can choose one featured book for FREE every month, here.

  • Read it

    Books are available in advance of their official release date.

    This month you have 6 books to choose from ($4.99 value) here:

    Free New Release eBook For Prime Members!

    Free New Release eBook For Prime Members!

    Last month you could have chosen from the following:

    Free New Release eBook For Prime Members


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