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Initial post: Nov 27, 2012 7:56:30 PM PST
Is there some way to archive the books that have been read into a separate Library list ? Also how does one delete the sample book that remains on the list after the book has been purchased ?
jimB

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 28, 2012 5:49:14 AM PST
R. Nelson says:
James - In your cloud archive there is no way to group books. People use different techniques to remind themselves of what books they have read. Some add a note to the book, use the http://kindle.amazon.com site to track your books (it is different from the manage my kindle page), third party sites like Goodreads.com or Amazons Shelfari.com or even a spreadsheet.

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 5:56:44 AM PST
To permanently remove a sample that you no longer wish to keep:

1. Go to the "Manage My Kindle" page here on Amazon
2. Search for the book
3. Click on the Actions button, and select "Delete from library"
4. Steps 1-3 removes the book from your archive. You will also need to remove the book from your device

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 6:31:41 AM PST
JenL says:
Hi James! R. Nelson has some good suggestions. I use my Kindle to house my unread list. I send every book I purchase to my Kindle. Once I've read it then I delete it off my device. Of course the book is still available to me in the cloud but I know if it's no longer on my Kindle then I've already read it. Basically I use my Kindle as my "to be read" list. (although I might check out the http://kindle.amazon.com site that R. Nelson suggested)

To delete a sample you just need to remove it from your device. Select the sample (how depends on which Kindle you are using) and then select remove from device.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 28, 2012 6:37:16 AM PST
Meya says:
That isn't correct Kyle. Samples are not stored in your archive, so they don't show up in Manage Your Kindle.

You need to delete the sample from the Kindle itself. How to do that depends on the model Kindle in question.
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