Amazon has introduced a new program that gives readers early access to Kindle books a month in advance of their release date. The platform is called Kindle First. Every month, Amazon Publishing editors will choose a few titles from a variety of genres and release them a month in advance of their official publication date.
This month’s selections include: Things We Set on Fire by Deborah Reed; No Place for a Dame by Connie Brockway; Silent Echo by J.R. Rain; and We Will Survive: True Stories of Encouragement, Inspiration, and the Power of Song by Gloria Gaynor. These titles are all available in advance exclusively through Kindle First, in advance of their December release dates.
Readers can buy these books for $1.99, and Prime members can get one for free. To find out more about this new offer, readers can sign up for Amazon’s Kindle First monthly email alert.
- Amazon Reports Net Sales Up 23% in Q2, Operating Loss $15M
- Stephen Colbert Interviews Hachette Author Edan Lepucki
- 7.5% of Book Buyers Are Buying Less From Amazon Due to Hachette Dispute
- Amazon Reveals Kindle Unlimited eBook Subscription Service