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Friday, November 01, 2013
Amazon First Offers Early Access to New Books


Amazon.com will offer its customers access to Kindle books a month in advance of their official release date, in an effort to lure people to Prime.

Each month, Amazon Publishing editors select several titles from Kindle?s most popular categories a month ahead of their official publication date, adding a note of recommendation and a behind-the-scenes look at the stories and the authors.

Through the new Kindle First (www.amazon.com/kindlefirst) program, Amazon customers will be able to choose one of the featured books each month for $1.99. Amazon Prime members will make their selection for free.

Amazon will also send its customers a monthly email alerting them of new Kindle First selections.

The first books up for selection are "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 singer Gloria Gaynor. These books won't be published until December but are available through Kindle First as of Friday.




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