Recording Audiobooks: How Record (sic) Your Audiobook Narration For Audible, iTunes, & More! (free for those with a Kindle Unlimited subscrption)
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Recording Audiobooks: How Record (sic) Your Audiobook Narration For Audible, iTunes, & More! (free for those with a Kindle Unlimited subscrption)

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Found 23rd JanEdited by:"jasee"
One of the better Kindle Unlimited books I think. Written with enthusiasm, with external links to useful information. This could set you on course to a new career or at least a part time hobby. Ok, it may be a little dated (2015) and written by an American but I think applicable to the English market.
An English accent is much more suitable to an English reader than the best American drawl!
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£1.99 for those of who don't have Kindle Unlimited. Heat added.
Sorry, how is this a deal? Loads of books are free on Kindle Unlimited, isn't that the point?
If you want to buy and keep it, it's still £1.99 even if you have Kindle Unlimited I believe.
It's not even expensive otherwise.
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Shinoke18 m ago

Sorry, how is this a deal? Loads of books are free on Kindle Unlimited, …Sorry, how is this a deal? Loads of books are free on Kindle Unlimited, isn't that the point?If you want to buy and keep it, it's still £1.99 even if you have Kindle Unlimited I believe.It's not even expensive otherwise.



It's a deal because it's free to read for nothing (if for instance you've got the 'three months for £1.99 of Kindle Unlimited deal here') and there are thousands of other books which are IMO not worth reading even for free, but this one is worth reading IMO
Hopefully they show you how not to miss words out of a sentence!
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Sambat17 m ago

Hopefully they show you how not to miss words out of a sentence!



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Heat purely because someone wrote a snarky comment
Not a deal, you liking this book is obviously subjective, im sure every book on the kindle unlimited has a fan who would think it worthwhile posting it here, i would still say it isnt a deal but at the very least you should have the kindle unlimited subscription charge as the cost. Move to misc.
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Sawb7 h, 11 m ago

Not a deal, you liking this book is obviously subjective, im sure every …Not a deal, you liking this book is obviously subjective, im sure every book on the kindle unlimited has a fan who would think it worthwhile posting it here, i would still say it isnt a deal but at the very least you should have the kindle unlimited subscription charge as the cost. Move to misc.



I don't see what wrong with a deal being subjective. Many deals are. Look at the deals for metal box videos. Usually at a premium price no extra content, but because the OP likes the video, he/she thinks it's good value. The same thing with the latest blockbuster movie, out first at a premium price, but the OP thinks good value. A few years later posted at the much lower price. But the content is the same. Or the aps (android) which are free, there are many but the OP likes this particular one.

Anyway, it's objective. There are a lot of amazingly poor free Kindle books. Particularly in the children's section. some are little more than advertisements for other not free books with almost zero content. Some technical books are useless because they are outdated. some seem to be the retelling of copywrite expired classic books.

I've probably looked at over a hundred books in detail now. There are others which I could recommend. This one has been on my mind to post as it's quite a gem, IMO
Subjective you mean.

A deal is a deal if there's a good saving.

I wasn't being snarky, or sarastic, I genuinely don't see how it qualifies for a deal.

Something I don't like that's cheaper somewhere compared to everywhere else is a deal.

This to me isn't, because it's how Kindle unlimited works.

I buy free Kindle books all the time - they're deals.

I have Kindle Unlimited but haven't even used it yet. The £1.99 deal was a deal.

Steelbooks that cost less from one place than anywhere else are a deal.

Plastic collector's tat that's cheaper or the current cheapest price is also a deal.

A service like this isn't. Otherwise what about Battlestar Galactica now being available on Amazon Prime Video?
Is that a deal? I'd say no, it's Misc - a head's up.

Although I don't mind to be honest.

I wouldn't look in Misc, but I was genuinely wondering if I missed something. E.g. - if a Kindle Unlimited user could purchase it to keep (I bought it by accident thinking that, so had it get it refunded).
Edited by: "Shinoke" 24th Jan
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Shinoke21 m ago

Subjective you mean.A deal is a deal if there's a good saving.I wasn't …Subjective you mean.A deal is a deal if there's a good saving.I wasn't being snarky, or sarastic, I genuinely don't see how it qualifies for a deal.Something I don't like that's cheaper somewhere compared to everywhere else is a deal.This to me isn't, because it's how Kindle unlimited works.I buy free Kindle books all the time - they're deals.I have Kindle Unlimited but haven't even used it yet. The £1.99 deal was a deal.Steelbooks that cost less from one place than anywhere else are a deal.Plastic collector's tat that's cheaper or the current cheapest price is also a deal.A service like this isn't. Otherwise what about Battlestar Galactica now being available on Amazon Prime Video?Is that a deal? I'd say no, it's Misc - a head's up.Although I don't mind to be honest.I wouldn't look in Misc, but I was genuinely wondering if I missed something. E.g. - if a Kindle Unlimited user could purchase it to keep (I bought it by accident thinking that, so had it get it refunded).



Kindle Ulimited has thousands of books, I just picked out the one I thought was worth it. If you buy the book than you still need to go on the Internet for the extra content.
I did mention on this site, a method of keeping books FWIW BTW
Aye, and anyone could do the same for Netflix, or Amazon Prime Video.

The things you stated as non deals are all deals

Doesn't matter, I'm not bothered, just thought you'd see my point.

"Look at the deals for metal box videos. Usually at a premium price no extra content, but because the OP likes the video, he/she thinks it's good value."
If it's the cheapest current price it's a deal, whether you see the value or not.

"The same thing with the latest blockbuster movie, out first at a premium price, but the OP thinks good value. A few years later posted at the much lower price. But the content is the same."
Lots of things get cheaper - but again, if it's the cheapest current price it's a deal.
So if someone wants to buy the latest movie then, that's the best deal going.
Saying it'll be cheaper -years- later is pretty crazy. Of course movies will be cheaper years later - lots of people don't want to wait several years to enjoy a film!


Or the aps (android) which are free, there are many but the OP likes this particular one.
- Or the app is rarely free, but suddenly has a real price drop.
That's a deal.

Same with lots of things. There are free alternatives, but if it's the cheapest it's ever been or free it's a deal.

Again, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, etc. are full of content that's free, but you have to pay for elsewhere.
Just like Kindle Unlimited.
So it's technically not a deal, not that I'm bothered at all - I really don't mind - but I guess I just felt like repeating that as my point doesn't seem to be taken.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 24th Jan
This is not free at all. You have to pay money, even when it is Kindle Unlimited, you have to pay money.
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Shinoke1 h, 33 m ago

I really don't mind - but I guess I just felt like repeating that as my …I really don't mind - but I guess I just felt like repeating that as my point doesn't seem to be taken.


Lets just agree to disagree, OK?
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