Amazon is not only an amazing online store but also offers a huge amount of digital content, from movie and game downloads to the instantly available wonder of Kindle book titles. Now they're stepping up Kindle into an even higher gear with Kindle Unlimited.
Basically with Kindle Unlimited you'll pay a monthly fee of £7.99 (around €10) and you'll be able to rent as many eligible Kindle books as you like. Consider it the Netflix model applied to books and you've got the idea, or something like Sony's PlayStation Plus. There's a huge library of free stuff and you've got access to it as long as you're paying for your subscription.
Personally, I think that's an incredible way to deliver an entire library into the pockets of your customers. Over 600,000 titles are currently available and Amazon is promising more to come and the terms of service seem to be refreshingly transparent - pay and get books.
Every possible genre is represented and you can also get a free trial which you can start right this instant and get reading. And in a lot of cases you'll also get the audiobook version for free, which you can sync across your various devices (including Android and iOS phones).Even if you only read 2 books a month that's a saving on most Kindle prices (and much better than a physical book) though admittedly you don't get to keep the copy forever.
The service is currently available in the UK and Ireland, with more countries on the way.
So hit the link and sign up, get a free book right now and keep it for 20 days!