I will admit, even though I LOVE my little Kindle baby, there are a couple of things I'm not crazy about:
1. E-books seem to contain a lot of errors. Random apostrophes, weird spacing, the wrong kind of "your," etc.
2. Sometimes, books for the Kindle aren't any cheaper than buying the real thing. And that's irritating since lower prices per book was a big selling point for me.
I can't really do anything about the first problem, unless Amazon wants to hire me as a proofreader (which would be awesome), but I did find a solution to the pricey book debacle.
Some brilliant person came up with the Kindle Lending Club, in which Kindle owners can borrow books from each other. For freeeee! Sadly, I can't take any credit since Hubsey was the one who found it and signed me up, but I'm REALLY glad he did. I'm borrowing the first Almost Human trilogy while two of my Hunger Games books are lent out to other people. So we know it's good with multiple "transactions" at once. No problems yet.
You have up to 7 days to download the book to your Kindle, and then 14 days to read before it's sent back to the owner. A lot of the process is email-based and it was so simple that I don't even remember what I did (which may or may not say something about my short-term memory, but whatever).
Anyway, if you have a Kindle, check it out. You can't beat free.
Do you have any other Kindle deals to share? Maybe you found another lending site? Or a list of their free books? Spill the beans.