I went on Amazon UK to look at ‘The Doctor’s Kitchen’ by Dr Rupy Aujla, which is one of Gillian’s recommended nutrition books in the ‘Reads and Views’ section under ‘Extras’.
I happen to have Amazon Prime membership (an annual paid sub with Amazon UK which gives free delivery and other perks.)
And when I looked at the book, Amazon then informed me I could have it as long as I wanted for free, as apparently it’s one of the books they let me ‘borrow’ as long as I want under my Prime benefits, which apparently lets me have any 10 of their loan books at any one time. (I hadn’t known this existed – but it does, and is called ‘prime reading’.)
So I said Ok – and now it’s in my ‘library’ under ‘prime reading’ for as long as I want. In kindle form.
So if you have Prime membership, which many people have, I don’t see why it won’t let you do the same.
Free book! Hooray. And it looks really good.
If you’re not in the UK, I don’t know, but I would think it’s definitely worth having a look at your country’s version of Amazon especially if you’ve signed up for a subscription similar to my ‘Prime’ membership.
I’ve bought the other books she suggested, btw. Including two I got a bit cheaper from Amazon Marketplace.
I reckon the dosh I’m gonna save on sweet treats will soon pay for them !!
I’ve been enjoying some of the recipes from the Drs Kitchen. His BBC series is good – thrifty, fast and healthy food – and the videos make it easy to follow the recipes.
Thank you for the info about Prime. I’ll take a look.