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by Barbara J. Feldman on November 4, 2013

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This week Amazon added one more perk to their Prime membership. I’ve waxed poetic about my Amazon Prime membership before, so one more perk just makes it all the sweeter (especially since this is a perk I will definitely be using.)

The program, called Kindle First, gives Prime members their choice of a free Kindle book each month, from one of four editor picks that will be published the following month. So you are getting early access, and the book is either free (for Amazon Prime members) or just $1.99 for those who are not Prime members.

To be notified of the monthly picks via email, sign up for the Kindle First mailing list here. There is no obligation.

Novembers picks are displayed in the image at the top of this tip.


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