Prime Members: Get 2 Free Editor’s Choice Kindle Books

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Prime Members: Get 2 Free Editor’s Choice Kindle Books

Prime Members receive 2 free kindle books via the link above.

Also available for Prime Day is 3 free months of Kindle Unlimited.

Amazon First Reads is a program that offers customers early access to new books across popular genres.

  • This month, customers can choose two of the Kindle books selected by our editors for $1.99 each, or FREE for Prime members.
  • Amazon First Reads Kindle books can be read on any compatible Kindle device or free Kindle reading app and become part of customers’ permanent libraries.
  • Joining is free with no purchase obligation. By joining, you receive a monthly e-mail announcing new Amazon First Reads picks. You can unsubscribe from the monthly e-mail at any time by visiting Amazon Delivers E-mail Subscriptions in Your Account.

Amazon offers free shipping with $35+ orders or get free next-day shipping on all orders with a free trial of Amazon Prime. Prime members can share benefits with a Household member here, allowing them to double up on Amazon Prime promos!  A 6 month trial and discounted Prime membership is available with Amazon Student. EBT/Medicaid Cardholders can save on Prime Membership here.

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7 Comments On "Prime Members: Get 2 Free Editor’s Choice Kindle Books"

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Without even looking, I bet you 90% of these books are woke as can be.


good grief… can’t even say, “don’t judge a book by it’s cover,” with that completely blind assessment. Let’s just ban em.


Say it isn’t so … “Husbands Thomas and Matt are enjoying a second-chance marriage after coming out, leaving their wives,”


Any recommendations of books?


Do I only choose from the 10 books shown here? or is there a larger list?



Every month you get to pick from several free kindle books. You get an email.