I already took a look at the accidental announcement of Kindle Unlimited, Amazon's latest subscription service, yesterday. For a quick recap, Kindle Unlimited is a $10 monthly subscription for all-you-can-read e-books.
Today's Deal of the Day is a quick breakdown of what you're paying for with a Kindle Unlimited subscription.
I didn't expect it to be launching just two days later! Today, I'm going to break down what you're paying for with a Kindle Unlimited subscription to hopefully let you decide whether or not Kindle Unlimited is - or isn't - a deal of the day.
You'd expect these series to be available in any bookstore, but they're often constantly checked out of most libraries. I think what Amazon hopes to offer with Kindle Unlimited is the instant gratification of a bookstore for the price of buying a paperback book every month.
Would Kindle Unlimited be a deal for you? Well, that mostly depends on how much you're reading and what books you're hoping to read. If you spend more than $10 on books a month, then it might be worth trying out.