Scribd Subscription Service

Think of it as Netflix for books.

For $8.99 a month, you can read any and all of a growing number of books in Scribd’s subscription service. No, not every book and document in the Scribd library is available for subscription reading, but there sure are enough to keep me occupied for a long time. My favorite mystery authors – Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayer, Jacqueline Spear and Georgette Heyer – are all there.

Scribd Subscriptions
You will need to install the Scribd app on your tablet/phone. It doesn’t have the features of the Kindle app, but it works just fine. With it you can add books to your library and download them to your device for reading offline. You can adjust the font size, access the table of contents and post what you’re reading to your favorite social network.

The subscription service helps authors too. Each borrowed book generates a commission for the author. Why is this interesting? Because it isn’t just publishing houses who can publish and sell their works on Scribd. More on that coming soon.

2 comments for “Scribd Subscription Service

  1. October 6, 2013 at 5:40 pm

    Thanks so much for this post Denise! You see, I have this 3+ book a week habit so I can certainly benefit from Scribd’s subscription service. Somehow, I hadn’t heard of this until I read your post yesterday – and of course, I immediately signed up.

    • October 6, 2013 at 5:47 pm

      I’m right there with you! I’ve already read two Agatha Christie mysteries and now I’m working on a Georgette Heyer. Yes, I’m a happy girl!

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