I’ve just checked on my Kindle and there are 4,858,651 ebooks available in the Kindle Store worldwide!
That’s 2,612,653 Non-fiction ebooks and 2,085,681 Literature and Fiction ebooks. I think there must be a few thousand more in another category but I can’t see what that is.
That’s a lot of novels, novellas, short stories and flash fiction to choose from for your reading pleasure.
How do you decide what to read next?
I’ve always got several ebooks in my Kindle Waiting To Be Read Folder. I add to them when I see a new title by an author I know. And I get emails from several ebook listing sites every day so I’m aware of what is on a free offer and sometimes add more titles from them.
And then there are all the free – or almost free – classics. We’ve got the complete Thomas Hardy and the complete DH Lawrence; War and Peace; and Middlemarch on our Kindles. Don’t know when there’ll be enough time to read them all.
Over the last couple of years I’ve re-visited several books I read as a child. I’ve especially enjoyed re-reading Frances Hodgson Burnett and reading Little Lord Fauntleroy for the first time as well.
There have been some fantastic bargain offers too. I got Capital by John Lanchester for 20p one day which I really enjoyed. Also The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of a Window and Disappeared, which I didn’t.
And then, of course, there's Kindle Unlimited which is proving to be good value for the £7.99 monthly subscription fee.
Rain or shine is there anything better than a good read?
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