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Self-Publishing with Dale

๐Ÿ”ด๐Ÿ”ฅHave you ever subscribed to Kindle Unlimited? If so, what are your thoughts? Would you recommend it or not?
Take a look at this other video where I cover another Amazon feature:

QuietJazziGurl1989 2 months ago

Is it possible to use both prime reading and kindle unlimited at the same time?

TheK9Shepherd 2 months ago

Hi Dale I am looking at getting a kindle for my wife. The offer from Amazon has a 3 month unlimited for free, then they start charging. So my questions are: Are the books really on your kindle? Meaning when I buy a book, I have that forever. With the unlimited, do I get to keep that book? You mentioned I am just borrowing so I am guessing no, I am just being lent the book from Amazon. Which leads me to my next question. If I cancel the membership, are any of the 10 books on my kindle removed? I am thinking yes? Thanks and sorry for probably answering my own questions with your obvious video :)

Juan Narvaez
Juan Narvaez 2 months ago

Does anyone know if they any Light Novels within the one million books available?

Cody Dee
Cody Dee 2 months ago

Thank you Lex Luther!

Kar Arun
Kar Arun 2 months ago

This looks like Jeff besos in disguise. JK, great review!

Estelana Valenzuela
Estelana Valenzuela 2 months ago

I got kindle unlimited from your link for two months thank you ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Christine Ries
Christine Ries 2 months ago

I honestly didn't know that I could "borrow" books from Kindle. Thank you for sharing the info!

Anna Nacar
Anna Nacar 2 months ago

To subscribe to kindle unlimited I have to sign up to Amazon right? I mean if I donโ€™t have an Amazon account I canโ€™t subscribe to kindle unlimited?
Sorry for my English

john doe
john doe 2 months ago

2 months still free through Amazon

Gloria Koch
Gloria Koch 2 months ago

I use The Unlimited using the app on my iPad. I have just read one book so I am not an expert. But I really like it so far but I am no expert.

Joseph Stepanenko
Joseph Stepanenko 2 months ago

I also heard that you can "check out" ebooks from your local library.

Nour Metwally ๐Ÿ’—

And is it available in uae

Nour Metwally ๐Ÿ’—

Is it better than audible?

Sorbello Narrations
Sorbello Narrations 2 months ago

I think it's great for finding good indie horror books and anthologies. I don't use it regularly, I might do it for one or two months a year just to binge read all the new horror stuff haha.

SPAWNofaDEMONMJ 2 months ago

Iโ€™m not thrilled you were sponsored because I feel like it can be more biased, I will however say this video was very informative thank you

Hans Koscielny
Hans Koscielny 2 months ago

Not worth it. In the free trail and trying to find books from my favorite authors. From the first dozen only one author and not even all the books. Will cancel before the free trial ends.

John 2 months ago

I had the Kindle app on a windows tablet (HP) and on an android tablet (Insignia, maybe part of the problem). The app on the windows tablet worked great until "they" updated, upgraded, or whatever, it to a newer version. It was clunky, slow to load, if at all, bookmarks didn't work properly, pages wouldn't turn and then all of sudden, would turn 3 or more pages all at once. Almost unusable. Same story for the android tablet.

I decided to buy a Kindle tablet, thinking if it didn't work properly, it was on them. It works flawlessly. If I had a point here, I've lost it, but I wouldn't count on the Kindle app working on most non-Amazon devices, in my experience.

TheHokkaidogaijin 2 months ago


NovelistDienne 2 months ago

I love kindle Unlimited I also manage to buy a deal where I would be charged within the next 6 months which I enjoyed (it's ending next month) but I discovered that you can gift someone a kindle Unlimited membership and really want to know if you can gift this to yourself?

Evergreentheleafwing 2 months ago

I'm a kid with a paperwhite and Kindle unlimited is how I get books (other than physical books)

panzach 2 months ago

The quality of the books available in KU is mostly dissapointing.

Debbie Gutierrez
Debbie Gutierrez 2 months ago

I already have audible, but like the subversive of following along. Does it work like that?

Vanessa's Water Medicine

if you subscribe and then cancel the subscription say after 6 months, do the book you already read stay in your cloud or do you lose them all?

Luca Dreyer
Luca Dreyer 2 months ago

I read so many romance books, so itโ€™s worth it for me.

anonymous mc
anonymous mc 2 months ago

I could read ten books in one sitting Iโ€™m in prison....of my mind

Ophelia Winfrey
Ophelia Winfrey 2 months ago

Great video, thank you! ๐Ÿ˜Š I am always drawn in by the โ€œread for freeโ€ that Amazon explicitly state. ๐Ÿ˜‚

Martin Warford
Martin Warford 2 months ago

For awhile I was happy with Prime Reading, but the number of books was limited to 1k and not always what I was interested in. So I tried the free trial of Kindle Unlimited and I liked it so much I started paying for it. It's been a couple years now.

Ashole Smith
Ashole Smith 2 months ago

As someone who is considered a speed reader(And a daily reader, at that), it's DEFINITELY cheaper and more convenient than buying all of my books! Reading an entire series in a weekend is great... unless you have to buy each book at $15 each!

I also love reading newly released books by new authors and giving them feedback (and proofreading... I'm always sending in spelling and grammatical errors, as well as the occasional factual error)

King Urachi
King Urachi 2 months ago

Why doesn't Amazon add Kindle Unlimited for free to Prime Members?

Eduardo Albrecht
Eduardo Albrecht 2 months ago

Awesome video! Thanks!

Nalber3 2 months ago

How many books can you get access to with Amazon prime?

Venture A Highway
Venture A Highway 2 months ago

Is there a similar service that includes new releases and mainstream books you would find in b&n or Amazon bestsellers?

Opeoluwa B. Fadeyi
Opeoluwa B. Fadeyi 2 months ago

Thank you Dale! I'm just checking KU out now to see if it worth it with your 2-month coupon gift. Thank you also for your time to make this video, I stumbled on this by chance. Thanks a bunch!


Link doesn't work for me,speaking from Brazil

Open mind Just do it
Open mind Just do it 2 months ago

Hi brother
I want to buy kindle device
So i live in saudi araba
Can i buy books from Uunlimted kindle
And how convert pdf to kindle

Pete Hay
Pete Hay 2 months ago

I find I have a broader selection with a Scribd subscription. And yes, I have tried both.

Tania's Writing Realm

Oh cool! I didn't realize audio books either. Very interesting.

Clint Eaton
Clint Eaton 2 months ago

Do the ten books you can have checked out through โ€œPrime Readingโ€ also count towards Kindle Unlimited checkouts? If I have both services, would that mean I can each have ten checked out per service? Or do they overlap for only 10 total. Thanks.

MaheshGvelly 2 months ago

Can we hold the ebooks even after we terminate/freeze the subscription for a while ?

Vipul Singhal
Vipul Singhal 2 months ago

Why isn't the name of this channel 'Oddly Enough'?
P.S--Thanks for the video. I was considering purchasing the Kindle Unlimited and I guess it's worth a shot

James Sheafer
James Sheafer 2 months ago

Thanks for the free trial, Dale! Are any of your books on there? I would love to check em out!

Trade Hut
Trade Hut 2 months ago

Yes kindle unlimited is worth it. It's like a Netflix subscription but better.

Ajay Dahiya
Ajay Dahiya 2 months ago

Offer not available in india.

kevin Ambrocio
kevin Ambrocio 2 months ago

Thank you for the subscriptions

oddie palacio
oddie palacio 2 months ago

I'm new to Kindle. I have a Kindle app on my android phone. At present, I am on a free subscription for Kindle Unlimited. I believe there will be a charge starting the next month. Just wondering, can we read non-kindle/non-amazon books on Kindle?

Matthew Robson
Matthew Robson 2 months ago

Would you say KU is worth it at $10/month vs something like Libby with a library card?

kim arnill
kim arnill 2 months ago

I personally love KU , I read on average three to four books a week, but what I really love about it is I have found many new authors I donโ€™t think I would have tried otherwise, but because they are with KU you donโ€™t have anything to lose . And if you donโ€™t like the book you just return it, win win .๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ“–๐Ÿ“–๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ท๓ ฌ๓ ณ๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง

Jarmain Harrell
Jarmain Harrell 2 months ago

Thanks Dale. I'm trying out Kindle Unlimited with your 2-month coupon.

Shelley Mullen
Shelley Mullen 2 months ago

I love KU, I read about 20 a month.

Jessica Moss
Jessica Moss 2 months ago

I love KU. I use it to supplement my library loans. I read genres that have long hold times. And with Covid-19 Iโ€™m seeing even longer hold times. KU is worth it to me only because I bought the 2yr deal on Prime Day last year. You canโ€™t beat 40% off. At $143.80 I calculated Iโ€™d need to cancel Audible for 7 months to justify buying KU. It was so worth it. In fact Iโ€™m so satisfied that I never renewed Audible. For the most part thereโ€™s enough audiobooks in KU that I donโ€™t feel deprived. Since Iโ€™m a KU member Iโ€™m doing a trial of Audible Escape. Romance isnโ€™t my thing, but paranormal romance is. Iโ€™m not sure Iโ€™m gonna keep it yet. It may be a sub I rotate like I do streaming services.

THE CHRISTMAS BOY 2 months ago

Hii Dale . I have recently self published a book through KDP . I would like to know what are next steps to be taken for a newbie like me . I had a very clear idea of things to do till I published , but once I published the book , its as if my mind has gone completely blank . Other than refreshing my reports page of KDP I can think of nothing else .

Tom G
Tom G 2 months ago

Dale, I'm a recent subscriber who is publishing three books through KDP (Kindle unlimited for the ebooks and enhanced distribution for the paperback versions). I don't see a video on how the books are linked for a sale discount on Amazon. Is there a way for the author to do this or is it an Amazon algorithm thing based on "frequently bought together" items? I'm still a week or so away from getting the third book out there and would like to offer the three together when I send out my launch announcements. Any guidance?

Susan Buckminster
Susan Buckminster 2 months ago

Thank you!

Alex Jordan
Alex Jordan 2 months ago

If I read fiction I'd probably get it.
But I typically solve my non fiction problems with youtube haha

Kaye Cox
Kaye Cox 2 months ago

Maybe someday I'll try it. Lol

Shannon Vlogs
Shannon Vlogs 2 months ago

I have never tried Kindle Unlimited, been tempted by the audio books tho

Andy W
Andy W 2 months ago

KU has such a wide range of books, I'm resisting it in favour of libraries but the time might come eventually when I have to subscribe to KU. Is it possibly a business expense if you're.. "conducting research" for your books? :D

Kevin Maguire
Kevin Maguire 2 months ago

I love my KU! I zip through the books and never run out of stuff to read. I didn't know about the audiobooks either, that's interesting. I don't really listen to audio, but it sure is interesting. And yes, the $9.99 is totally worth it.

Lena Writes
Lena Writes 2 months ago

As someone who likes to 'collect' books (be it in physical form on a shelf, or having a digital library with everything Iโ€˜ve ever read) - the 'only 10 at a time' is kind of a dealbreaker for me. If I liked a book, I like to keep them to re-read later, or even if itโ€™s research for my own writing work.

Great video though, Dale! I love how you always consider pros and cons in a fair way :)

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