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Old 01-14-2013, 04:01 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by KimberlyFDR View Post
This is going off your post, but it's a general question for everyone who does read / delete. Do you also delete from your Kindle library if a) the book was free and b) you know you'll never want to read it again?
If a book is so badly written (or poorly formatted) that I just can't get through the first chapter or two, then I will delete it from both the device and my Amazon account.

If I have read the entire book, I remove it from the Kindle but don't delete it from my account...even if I didn't particularly enjoy it. I use Kindle for PC software to organize my ebooks. Once I've read the book, I move it to my "Already Read" category and delete the other categories it was filed under. I don't re-read fiction, so I'm not sure why I even keep the ebooks. I guess I just like having a record of the books I've read.
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