How to Share Kindle BooksDid you know there's another way to get Kindle books for free besides going through lists of the latest free Kindle books? Below, you'll learn how to share your Kindle books with your friends and family and find out how to borrow their Kindle books, all for free. When sharing with friends, books can be borrowed for a maximum of 14 days. However, if you share your Kindle books with your family, they can have access to them for as long as they like. Below are detailed instructions on how to loan a Kindle eBook to a friend or family member, as well as instructions on how they can then download the shared Kindle book to their device. Be sure to read the "Lending Limitations" section below so you know what you can and can't do when loaning out your Kindle books.
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How to Share Kindle Books
Most of eBook lovers choose to purchase eBooks from the world's largest online eBook retailer--Amazon. Sometime, you may find some interesting eBooks and eager to share them with your family or friends immediately. However, it is easy to lose your enthusiasm if you do not have any clue on how to share Kindle books. In this article, I will introduce 6 methods for sharing Kindle books with friends so that you can easily and freely share your Kindle eBooks whenever you want. Thanks for this policy, if you want to share Kindle books, you can send your Kindle account information to your friends or family members so that they can register with your account at their Kindle devices for reading the Kindle books you want to share. Sharing kindle account is not the best option for many reasons. One reason is that you may have already registered your Kindle account on up to 6 devices or apps.
Amazon now allows you to share your Kindle books with your spouse and your children. Four years ago I wrote an article about the importance of having a separate Amazon account from your spouse. Back when we shared a single Amazon account, my wife discovered that she really, really hated having my virtual books mixed in with hers on her Kindle. We have separate bookshelves for our physical books and she wanted a separate virtual bookshelf for her Kindle books. Oddly, she has never wanted to read any of my books.
Update — Amazon now provides an option called Family Library. The Manage Your Household page is located at amazon. Our family has multiple devices.
One of my favorite things about books is sharing and discussing them with my friends and family. Luckily, someone taught me how to lend a Kindle book and share the reading love! Share with Anyone: As mentioned above, shareable Kindle books can be sent to anyone via email. Once you share, your friend will have seven days to download the book and then 14 days to read it before it is returned to you. They can read it via the free Kindle app on a smartphone or tablet, or from any internet browser at read. No Lost Books: At the end of the day loan period, your Kindle book is automatically returned to you.