Geekerati like Felicia Day, Wil Wheaton, Weird Al, and more celebrate four decades of dice-rolling derring-do by lending their voices to a free Audible audiobook by R.A. Salvatore.
Call it "Netflix for audiobooks," but with a decidedly kid-friendly selection.
These are public-domain books read mostly by amateurs, but that's still an awful lot of good listening for just 2 bucks.
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The new service offers more than 600,000 Kindle e-books and thousands of Audible audiobooks for $9.99 a month.
A website that's since been taken down points to a service called Kindle Unlimited with unlimited access to e-books and audiobooks.
In return for free, "no-rush" shipping, Prime users can score a $1 toward an Amazon Instant video.
Amazon's new e-book subscription service gives members unrestricted access to an extensive library for a monthly fee, but here are five things to consider before signing up.
The terms of service for Amazon's new e-book subscription offering mean uncertainty for self-published Kindle authors, whose work is automatically rolled into the program.