bakechef said:I think we're on to something.
I really like this freebie program. With that said, I'm an Amazon junkie, I've gotten so many good deals on music from them too.
If it wasn't enough that I send them a bunch of my money, I found recently that I can spend my Chase Freedom points just like cash with Amazon after linking the accounts!
If you get a DiningDownloads email, you click on the link to the book, it opens Amazon, you highlight the info in the URL text box, copy it, paste it into an open reply to this thread. If I want the book, I click "buy" now before I cut and paste it in this thread. Sometimes I forget to paste it and have to go back and copy it again (I've PM'd you about that problem). If I've already downloaded the book, I just click and paste the URL in the reply to this thread.Thanks, CWS! Appreciate the effort, especially since I haven't figured out which link to copy and paste, yet.
Thanks. I was posting for "specialty" interest cookbooks, but that got too tedious, so I asked the Mods if a sticky could be created--the Mods complied. Anyone who finds links to free e-book cookbooks is welcome to post--I don't "own" this thread--I just share what I find and hope others will share as well.What a WONDERFUL thread!!!
And I have no problem to fill my Kindle, I have not one! I use Kindle for Mac/PC.
Thanks again for the thread
Bookbub is another one to which I sub. There are free cookbooks there every now and again.
CharlieD said:Can somebody please explain to me how to becoma prime member, I cannot find anything on Amazon, I bet I am not looking hard enough?