Every Amazon Kindle Daily Deal As It Happens

Every day, Amazon launches a series of deals on books for its Kindle devices. Deals often bring the price of books down to just 99p for only a short time.

Today (Friday, June 10) daily deals include Robert Galbraith’s The Cuckoo’s Calling. The book is actually written by controversial author JK Rowling of Harry Potter fame and was first published in 2013 and is the first in the Cormoran Strike crime novel series.

Other deals on the daily list of Amazon Kindle deals include Happy Mind, Happy Life: 10 Simple Ways to Feel Great Every Day by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee. The best-selling author of The Sunday Times’ Feel Better In 5 has been a hit with viewers and has his own podcast after spending 20 years as a GP.

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Edith Eger’s book, The Gift: 12 Lessons to Save Your Life, is also reduced to 99p.

Other options include Fight Dirty, a thriller written by Dreda Say Mitchell, as well as The Sword of Shannara, the first in a fantasy series by Terry Brooks. You can get all daily deals here.

There are also a series of other Kindle book deals apart from the daily deals section. These include Terry Pratchett’s brilliant first book in the Discworld series, The Color of Magic, for 99p, as well as Jeffrey Archer’s thriller, Over My Dead Body.

There is a way to get two months of free books using Kindle Unlimited. Amazon is giving away two months of its unlimited book service, Kindle Unlimited, for free in the form of a free trial. Users can sign up and get 60 days of access on Kindle devices, mobile phones and tablets, which usually costs £7.99 per month.

If the free trial is canceled before the end of the month, you won’t pay a penny to access over a million books.

The subscription also includes magazines and thousands of audiobooks through Amazon’s Audible service.

You can get the free trial month on the Amazon Kindle Unlimited website.

There will be more Amazon deals during the Amazon Prime Day sales in July.

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