Thu, 6 October 2016

Amazon Launches Prime Reading in U.S.

Amazon has launched Prime Reading in the U.S.

The new service allows Prime members of Amazon in America to enjoy unlimited reading from a rotating selection of books, magazines, comics and more at no additional cost.

Prime is the best deal in the history of shopping and today it got even better, said Greg Greeley, Vice President Amazon Prime. Prime members can now enjoy an awesome selection of books including The Hobbit, Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone, The Man in the High Castle, plus magazines and more with Prime Reading all for free on any device.

Prime Reading features include:

Books: Over a thousand books including Red Sparrow, The Butterfly Garden, The 5 Love Languages, The Atlantis Gene, Lonely Planet travel guides and books from best-selling authors such as Brad Thor, Barry Eisler, Stephen Covey, James Altucher, Rachel Abbott and more.

Magazines: A rotating selection of magazines covering sports, technology, cooking and home improvement, current affairs, notable people and more.

Exclusive short content: Read Kindle Singles Classics classic short-form reads by some of the worlds top writers, from Susan Orlean to Norman Mailer. Also read from hundreds of Kindle Singles short stories, memoirs and essays from a variety of top writers.

This is a new and exciting way for our premium brands to reach and engage with Amazons Prime members, said Monica Ray, Executive Vice President of Consumer Marketing at Cond Nast. Prime readers can now keep up with all the latest news, trends, tips and so much more with the rotating selection of our magazine brands. 

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