If you’re like me, you’re an avid reader and never have enough to read. I know I can get through a Harlequin romance novel size book in a few hours to a day and an Anita Blake novel-sized book in two or three days. Kindle Unlimited is there to help. If you don’t know about it, read on, and I will let you in on the beauty of KU.

Kindle Unlimited is a paid library owned by Amazon. The service is $9.99 per month, and it gives you access to many of the titles Amazon/Kindle has for sale. Not all of them, mind you. You don’t get to read Sarah J. Maas or Neil Gaiman for free, unfortunately, but there is a good selection. There are novels and novellas in many different genres, so there is something for everyone. This service is for pleasure reading mostly. You won’t find books on gardening or painting on there unless it is made into a story.

I have found the myth and magick books I love. I seem to be on a fated mate with lots of spice kick right now. I can find that with fae, humans, shifters, witches, and more. It’s handy since I was a sucker for a wolf shifter book for a minute there. Don’t get me wrong, I still love me a wolf shifter romance, but I am keen on the fae currently because I have been reading A Court of Thorns and Roses series over the past few months with my sister-in-law. (You know what they say, a family that reads together stays together.) I will be reviewing books from KU here very soon, starting with Broken Mate by Jen L Grey from the Shadow City series. The series is an interesting layout that I will let you in on when I start that review. I also have the Fate of the Fae series on deck.

As for the spice level, I can find all levels of spice here. You can find all kinds of couplings, thruplings, or more on KU. I know you can find more than just female/male lovers, but I don’t know how varied the genders and lovers are because I generally stay within what I read. I can say, without a doubt, that I am impressed with the variety I have found.

To use the book, you want to “check it out.” It reminds me of checking out a book from the library down the street. You can check out up to around 20 or so books. My Kindle library has been growing pretty quickly lately, so I might have missed a book or two. Once you hit that limit, you just have to return a book when you check out another. Though you can check out any of the books for as long as you want, you have the option to buy the books you read.

I have found many authors have series, at least in the books I favor, anyway. I found one series with over seventy books in it. I haven’t read it yet, even though it comes up in my searches. I kind of think it’s a little excessive, but I have been wrong before, so I have been thinking about it. I have found quality stories on KU and recommend this service. As I said earlier, I am going to start covering KU books, so watch out for those reviews. Maybe we can discover new fandoms together. Are you with me?

If you are worried about quality, you don’t need to. The quality is good. I worried after reading on apps like Dreame that there would be loads of mistakes, lazy writing, and more stupid wealthy Alpha wolves than you can shake a stick at. I am happy to say that even though this is a lot of self-publishing, at least basic editing is there. I don’t spend 25% of my time reading, re-reading what I just read because of punctuation mistakes (punctuation is more important than you realize), disorganized writing, and jumping from POV to POV, which is nice.

Ten dollars a month for Kindle Unlimited is worth it for the service. New titles are being added all the time, so you won’t run out of new stories to read. Have you been using KU? What are your thoughts on it? Let me know in the comments below. Keep a watch out for my review of Broken Mate by Jen L. Grey from KU. Until next time, have fun storming the castle!