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Amazon Releases New Subscription Service for eBooks

Amazon Releases New Subscription Service for eBooks

Posted by Victoria McNallyPosted on Tue, 22 Jul 2014in BookWorks

Internet users have been interested in the idea of a Netflix-style eBook subscription service for years, and Amazon's finally given it to them in the form of Kindle Unlimited. Through the $9.99 a month program, you get access to  645,790 titles—a little less than a quarter of Amazon's extensive 2,769,500+ eBook library—and a select number of audio books. So far, many of those books are by self published authors enrolled in Kindle Direct Publishing. But is this a good thing? Digital Book World doesn't seem to think so. In an article entitled "Kindle's Unlimited Two-Tier System Makes Some Authors Second Class...