Several people had me look into Kindle Unlimited, since I linked the free 30 day trial for KU.
Kindle Unlimited is a borrowing service, so that people who read constantly borrow up to 10 titles and return each title for another. These books are not kept. The normal service costs $10 a month, which is a bargain for those always reading new titles. So for the free trial, it is handy to check out all the Martin Chemnitz Press books. Once you leave KU, the borrowed books will disappear from your account.
Most people want to keep their e-books, so they just buy them. Kindle e-books can be very inexpensive. I like Kindle books for quoting, because I used to balance books on my lap while copying quotations into a book or blogpost.
Little Ichabod told me about security protocols being compromised, which may be one reason why the free PDF books I linked via DropBox will no longer show up. Remember, I warned y'all this would happen on the Ides of March.
I will re-link them in the near future. One reason for setting them up again - I found them very handy myself. When I wanted to find something in Thy Strong Word, I did a control-f on the PDF and found it in a flash. That was a key resource in writing Making Disciples: The Error of Modern Pietism.
DropBox is a great way to backup the hard drive and send large files or such modern day luxuries as a large folder of photos.
Free download is here -
Make sure you get the free version.
|But they said "Unlimited."|