A very valuable article on how to recognize scams among non-fiction ebooks.
Copyright 2015 by Lisa Maliga
Just after the July launch of the Kindle Unlimited program an author of a soap making eBook emailed me asking for a review. After reading it, I got the impression that everything within the 50 pages was regurgitated information. There weren’t any resource links. The recipes weren’t coherent—add some of this oil with some of this water and this amount of lye. Instead of getting a review, the author received an email asking about her soap making experience. Unsurprisingly, there was no response.
That was my introduction to a Kindle Unlimited eBook.
Books in Kindle Unlimited, KU for short, are only found on Amazon’s website. None of the titles are available at Apple, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Oyster, Scribd, Smashwords or other online bookstores.
While free for authors, readers pay $9.99 per month for the service that “…allows you to read as much as…
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