Here's a list of guidelines / Do's and Don'ts to help us all use this thread effectively.
PLEASE READ THEM and follow them.
DO remember to include your email address when requesting a loan, without it we cannot send you a book.
DO include a product link for the book you're requesting. (To insert a link, click `Insert a Product link', type in the blank box, search in Kindle store, click `Go', and choose `Select' when you find your book.)
DO email the person who loaned you the book directly if you have technical questions or are wondering if your loan was received by them.
DO thank those who are generously loaning you a book. If you don't have the courtesy to let the lender know you received the book then don't be surprised if that is the last loan you get from them.
DO edit or delete your initial request after receiving your loan. This cuts down on the thread clutter, duplicate loans and enables lenders to loan the book to someone else.
DO Always be polite and courteous!
DON'T request titles that haven't been released yet.
DON'T list more than 3 titles at a time.
DON'T repeat your requests for 24 hours. Give people a chance to see your request and respond.
DON'T ask `for any book' from a specific author. Many authors write series. Really, what will the 4th book of a series do for you? Make sure that you request a specific title.
Please check that the book you're requesting is available to loan. For Example: The Fifty Shades Trilogy by EL James, Bared to You by Sylvia Day and Anne Rice's Sleeping Beauty Trilogy are NOT lendable titles.
To determine if a title is lendable please go to the `Product Page' then scroll down to the `Product Details'.
Please review the copyright laws regarding ebooks. File sharing is illegal and doing so will likely result in this thread being shut down. Be mindful that you are posting on a public message board owned and operated by Amazon.
Please make any non Amazon loans privately via email and not endanger this thread.
The thread moves like lightening - it will be much quicker to email privately if you have questions.
Ready? Let's lend and read, y'all! Happy Reading!