Making lesbians happy – one book at a time!

layce gardner

By Layce Gardner & Saxon Bennett

As readers we adore Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited program. We each read at least 100 books a year. Our daughter reads, too. (Mostly graphic novels.) We each have our very own kindle. (I want to be buried with mine.) So it only makes sense financially, as a family, to invest in Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited program.

For those not in the know, here’s how Kindle Unlimited (KU) works: You pay a $10 per month subscription fee and you can then borrow an ‘unlimited’ number of books. You can check out up to ten books at a time. When you finish reading a book, you return it. Just like at a brick and mortar library.

It’s a pretty good deal for voracious readers. We pay $120 a year and we read 200 plus books a year. (We read both mainstream and Lesfic novels.) We have found some…

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Comments on: "The Ins and Outs of Kindle Unlimited" (4)

  1. Thank you for giving us the backstage pass into the world of authors. As a reader I don’t always think about the authors when I buy or borrow books. I appreciate your openness to share. And just so you know I am pretty sure I own every ebook you have. Love your work and Layce’s too 🙂

    • I’m glad you liked it backstage because it can be a scary place with us. We do make sure we adequately mark the exits. 🙂 Thanks so much for the support and taking the time to let me know.

  2. Really interesting. As a reader I always feel somewhat guilty about purchasing Kindle books rather than hard copies. The Kindle option is usually much cheaper and that makes it seems as though I’m somehow cheating the author(s) out of their dues. Kindle Unlimited came across as being even worse so I’ve never used it. Maybe I’ll have to reconsider my thinking!

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