Kindle Unlimited in Australia
I’ve been waiting sooooo long for Amazon to open its subscription library, Kindle Unlimited, to Australians – and it finally has! I’ve signed up and started reading.
My first book was actually a short novella in Amanda M Lee’s Witches of the Midwest series. Careful What You Witch For was fun – I liked the chance to read about events from a different, side character’s perspective. I really like that having paid my $13.99 I can read, read, read without having to worry about busting my book budget. Kindle Unlimited has a great range of books. I’ve found they even have Ellis Peters’ Brother Cadfael books, or some of them.
I’ve also discovered that Lonely Planet travel guides are read-able in Kindle Unlimited. I’m a bit of an armchair traveller, so bring it on!
Are you a Kindle Unlimited subscriber? Do you have any book recommendations for me?
Rock Your Kindle
Rock Your Kindle with 200 free books – one day only! November 10 – today!
In Western Australia, Christmas trees look a bit different to those elsewhere. Ours are actually a parasitic plant, a mistletoe, that bursts into stunning orange flowers at the beginning of summer. I need to be on the look out for them soon. I’ll take some photos and share them with you. Nuytsia are stunning! For kids growing up here, they mean the school year is coming to an end and it’s time to tell Santa what you most want for Christmas.
Santa, I’d like another month or two in the year, please!