How I Manage My Kindle

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  1. I know what you mean about free books! Goodness, you can get all sorts of books for free if you have a kindle. I first got my kindle several years ago because there was an old series that I wanted to read the rest of, and it was cheaper to get a kindle and get all the books for free, than it was to buy the physical books. Since then, I've read a lot of free and $.99 books.

    Just like any book, I'll try to always check the ratings first before I get it. If I still think I'll like it and it's free, I'll get it. If it's not free, I'll often get a sample and read that to see if I'm actually interested. Most of time I'm glad I didn't get it.
    I keep all the books I've NOT read on my carousel so I can easily flip through them and see what I've got. The ones I've read and am keeping, I'll take off my carousel but keep on my device. If I don't like a book, I'll delete it from my device, and then every so often I'll go to Amazon and delete a bunch of books.

    While I do love my kindle and am so thankful I got it, I still would rather read physical books. :)

    On Tuesday I'll be posting the next part of my Bookshelf tour. I hope you'll come. :)

  2. I try to sort my kindle books into categories by genre. Great way to kill time. But then I get distracted and don't finish.