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Beat the boredom with a free Amazon Kindle Unlimited subscription

Run out of things to watch on Netflix? Why not dive into an amazing book courtesy of a free Amazon Kindle Unlimited trial? It’s the perfect way to kill time when you’re stuck at home and want to lose yourself in a fascinating story, or discover something new via a non-fiction offering.

Right now, you can enjoy two months of free unlimited reading courtesy of Amazon Kindle Unlimited with access to over 1 million books, a rotating selection of magazines, and thousands of different audiobooks courtesy of Audible. — available on Android, iOS, and (of course) Kindle.

The offer is available up until April 30 so you’ve got plenty of time to dive in and lock in a two-month subscription for free, but why wait? Amazon Kindle Unlimited has everything you could want from classics like The Color Purple to the latest murder mysteries from popular authors like Patricia Cornwell. There’s fun to be had too with lighter stories like Marley and Me if you fancy a heartwarming tale.

There’s plenty of variety so all age groups should be able to find something interesting to read.

The subscription also includes access to a rotating selection of major magazines, along with free trials of publications like The Washington Post, The New York Times, People, National Geographic, and many more.

It’s effectively just the kind of service you need if you’re stuck indoors for a while and you want some quality reading material. You really can’t beat losing yourself in a gripping story to help while away the hours. The fact it’s entirely free for two months makes it all the sweeter a deal.

The only downside is that if you’re an existing Kindle Unlimited subscriber, you’re not eligible for the offer but at least you’ve enjoyed months of quality reading in the past.

Sign up today and you’ve got the next two months free before being charged $10 per month. If you don’t want to pay a cent, remember to cancel the subscription via the Amazon.com website before the end of the trial. We think you may be hooked by then though, with a seemingly neverending bookcase of great content to discover. For avid readers, it’s a fantastic bargain even at $10 per month.

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