Kindle First Stories August 1, 2016

Kindle First eBook freebies for August: Interference, Black Rain, After Disasters, more

Amazon has just updated its Kindle First hub with 6 new titles for this month. Prime members (free trial) can choose one of these yet to be released eBooks for free. If you aren’t subscribed to Amazon’s 2-day shipping (and more!) service, it’ll cost you $1.99. As a price comparison, the regular pre-order price for each title is $4.99. You can download your chosen eBook to any Kindle device or the free iOS/Android mobile app.

Kindle First Stories May 2, 2016

Kindle First eBook freebies for May: The Butterfly Garden, We’re All Damaged Goods, About the Night, more

The newest batch of Kindle First ebooks for May has arrived for Prime members. This fringe benefit allows subscribers to Amazon’s two-day shipping service early access to new Kindle books ahead of their release for free (Reg. $6).

Kindle First Stories April 1, 2016

expiredKindle First eBook freebies for April: Golden Age, The Secret Healer, Blood Defense, more

The newest batch of Kindle First ebooks for April has arrived for Prime members. This perk allows subscribers to Amazon’s two-day shipping service early access to new Kindle books ahead of their release for free (Reg. $6).

Kindle First Stories March 1, 2016

expiredKindle First eBook freebies for March: The Big Fear, While You Were Away, Orchids and Stone, more

The newest batch of Kindle First books for March has arrived for Prime members. This program allows subscribers to Amazon’s two-day shipping service early access to new upcoming Kindle books ahead of their release date for free (Reg. $6).

Kindle First Stories February 1, 2016

Kindle First Books for February: The Last Girl, North of Here, Winter Men, more

Prime members: the newest batch of Kindle First books for February has arrived. In case you’re not familiar: this program allows subscribers to Amazon’s two-day shipping service early access to new upcoming Kindle books ahead of their release date for free (Reg. $6).

Head over to the Kindle First page to view the six new titles that have been chosen for November. Prime members can then download one of the six titles to a Kindle device or to the free iOS/Android app. Not a Prime member? You can still pick up a Kindle First release for $1.99. Either way, your selected title becomes a permanent addition to your library. Grab a free trial with access to a number of perks: two-day shipping, early access to lightning deals, and more.

This month’s selection of Kindle First titles include:

Kindle First Stories January 1, 2016

Kindle First Books for January: Captain Riley, Becoming Marta, Moonlit Garden, more

The newest lot of Kindle First Books for Prime members has arrived. January’s list includes six new titles across a variety of genres. In case you’re not familiar: this program allows subscribers to Amazon’s two-day shipping service early access to new upcoming Kindle books ahead of their release date for free (Reg. $6). The books that are a part of this sale come from Amazon’s in-house publishing company, more details below.

Head over to the Kindle First page to view the six new titles for January. Prime subscribers can download one of the six titles to a Kindle device or to the free iOS/Android app. If you don’t have Prime, you can subscribe to a free trial or still download one of the books for a special introductory price of $1.99. Whether you subscribe or not, Kindle First books become a permanent piece of your library.

January’s selection of Kindle First books:

Kindle First Stories December 1, 2015

Kindle First Books for December: Out of Sorts, A Death in Sweden, The King of Taksim Square, more

The newest lot of Kindle First Books for Prime members has arrived. December’s refresh includes six new titles across a variety of genres. Hopefully you were able to take advantage of one of our Kindle deals over the weekend. If so, it’s time to load it up. In case you’re not familiar: this program allows subscribers to Amazon’s two-day shipping service early access to new upcoming Kindle books ahead of their release date for free (Reg. $6). The books that are a part of this sale come from Amazon’s in-house publishing company, more details below.

Head over to the Kindle First page to view the six new titles that have been selected for December. Prime subscribers can download one of the six titles to a Kindle device or to the free iOS/Android app. If you don’t have Prime, you can subscribe to a free trial or still download one of the books for a special introductory price of $1.99. Whether you subscribe or not, Kindle First books become a permanent piece of your library.

December’s Kindle First titles include:

Kindle First Stories November 2, 2015

expiredKindle First Books for November: Christmas in Good Hope, Daughter of Sand & Stone, more

Prime members: the newest batch of Kindle First books for November has arrived. In case you’re not familiar: this program allows subscribers to Amazon’s two-day shipping service early access to new upcoming Kindle books ahead of their release date for free (Reg. $6). The books that are a part of this sale come from Amazon’s in-house publishing company, more details below.

Head over to the Kindle First page to view the six new titles that have been chosen for November. Prime members can then download one of the six titles to a Kindle device or to the free iOS/Android app. Not a Prime member? You can still grab a Kindle First release for $1.99. No matter, your selected title becomes a permanent addition to your library.

Don’t have Prime? Grab a free trial with access to a number of perks that are handy during the holiday season: two-day shipping, early access to lightning deals, and more.

This month’s selection of Kindle First titles include:

 

Kindle First Stories October 1, 2015

Kindle First Books for October: Infinity Lost, The Mentor, The Concealed, This Is the Night, more

Every month Amazon’s Kindle First promotion offers early access to a selection of upcoming Kindle books. Prime members can download one of the six titles to a Kindle device or to the free iOS/Android app. Not a Prime member? You can still grab a Kindle First release for $1.99. Either way, the book becomes a permanent part of your library. All books in this program are from Amazon Publishing, more details can be found below.

This month’s selection of Kindle First titles include:

  • Infinity Lost (The Infinity Trilogy Book 1) by S. Harrison
  • The Mentor by Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli, Aaron Maines
  • The Concealed (The Lakewood Series Book 1) by Sarah Kleck & others
  • Life and Other Near-Death Experiences by Camille Pagán
  • This Is the Night by Jonah C. Sirott
  • Here & There by Joshua V. Scher

Kindle First is a program that offers customers early access to new Kindle books across popular genres from Amazon Publishing.

  • Every month customers may choose one of the books selected by our editors for $1.99.
  • Joining is free with no purchase obligation. By joining, you receive a monthly e-mail announcing new Kindle First picks. You can unsubscribe from the monthly e-mail at any time by visiting Amazon Local and Amazon Delivers E-mail Subscriptions in Your Account.

Please also note:

  • Kindle First is available to US customers only.
  • Kindle Unlimited subscribers can borrow Kindle First books for free when they are released. Learn more about Kindle Unlimited

Kindle First Stories September 1, 2015

expiredKindle First Books for September: The Prettiest One, Pale Queen Rising, Still Waters, more

Attention Prime members, your latest batch of Kindle First books have arrived for September. In case you’re not familiar: this program allows subscribers to Amazon’s two-day shipping service early access to new upcoming Kindle books ahead of their release date for free, a $6 value. All books in this program are from Amazon Publishing, more details can be found below.

Head over to the Kindle First page to see the six new titles that have been hand-selected by Amazon editors. Prime members can then download one of the six titles to a Kindle device or to the free iOS/Android app. Not a Prime member? You can still grab a Kindle First release for $1.99. Either way, the books become a permanent part of your library. Amazon offers a free trial of its two-day shipping service if you’re interested in giving it a look.

This month’s selection of Kindle First titles include:

Kindle First Stories August 7, 2015

The benefits for Prime members are widespread and growing regularly. Kindle First is one of those perks that subscribers to Amazon’s two-day shipping service can enjoy. This program affords Prime members early access to new Kindle books across different genres from Amazon Publishing. Full terms and details and be found below.

To get started, visit the Kindle First page and peruse the selection of six books that have been chosen by Amazon editors. From there, Prime subscribers can choose one of the six titles to download to a Kindle device or the iOS/Android app. Non-Prime members are able to select one Kindle First release for $1.99. These books become a permanent addition to customers’ libraries. It’s a perfect opportunity to get into some new literature without having to pay any additional money, aside from your Prime membership.

In addition to Prime members receiving two-day shipping and Kindle First perks, they are able to access the Instant Video library, Amazon’s Music service as well as unlimited backup of photos from iOS or Android devices to the cloud. Additionally, subscribers get exclusive rights to deals on electronics, books, videos and more. Interested? Start a free trial to see if you like it.

This month’s selection of Kindle First books includes:

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