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Ability to borrow your novels on a kindle or other ereader


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Initial post: Jan 18, 2012, 2:18:35 AM PST
My public library buys some books, but their list is so short. I'm coming to find out that many publishers do not want to have their ebooks lent out. Which is a shame, for those of us who love to read in all formats, but be so stifled to find ebooks that I can borrow.

As an aside, would Molokai or Honolulu ever be available to purchase on the $.99 cent deal. I loved them both when I read them in hard form, but would LOVE to own them on Kindle.

In reply to an earlier post on May 3, 2012, 9:37:46 AM PDT
Regina says:
I too LOVED Molokai.I wish Honolulu would be available for loan for Prime Members or at a special rate as I cant work now and cant afford to buy it for the regular price.
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