Amazon gives readers the chance to get their hands on books before they’re released

If you’re a fan of ebooks, you’re in luck because you can get your hands on new titles before they’re released – and Prime members don’t have to pay.

Amazon gives its readers the opportunity to get their hands on books before they are released(mirrorpix)

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There’s a way to read books before their official release without needing thousands of followers on BookTok, and you don’t have to worry about shelling out for them either. Amazon Prime members enjoy many benefits through their subscriptions and the Amazon first reads is a great choice for bookworms.

Each month, you get access to at least one Kindle book for free before it hits the shelves. If you are not a Main member you will have to pay £0.99 but those who have the subscription will not have to pay anything, you can even try it for free.



In October, there are actually two books to be won, unlike Kindle Unlimited you add the book to your permanent Kindle library, rather than borrowing it for as long as you need it. You can read your First Reads books on any compatible device. Kindle reading app or device.


It’s free to sign up for the Amazon First Reads newsletter, where you can see which books have been selected for the month and with no associated fees. You can either buy the books for less than £1 or get them as part of your Prime membership.

The books are usually divided into several different genres so that there is something for everyone. This month they fall under the Short Crime Fiction category (The rise of Ian Rankin), Suspense (Lights Out by Elise Hart Kipness), gothic historical fiction (The Village Healer’s Book of Remedies by Jennifer Sherman Roberts), Romance (Recipe for a second chance by Ali Rosen), Psychological thriller (All the Little Raindrops by Mia Sheridan), Contemporary fiction (Stay at Home Moms by Jen Lancaster), Historical fantasy short story (The Lover by Silvia Moreno-Garcia), Domestic drama (Town People by Elizabeth Topp) and middle grade fiction (The Night Raven by Johan Rundberg).

If you want to read all the books, most First Reads books are usually available on Kindle Unlimited once they have been officially published, although this is subject to availability. Another popular reading service is Kobo, which allows users to indulge in unlimited reading for £8.99 per month.


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