You are browsing an online community created and maintained by Kindle fans like yourself. The sole purpose of this website is to help Kindle users take better advantage of Kindle book lending feature by bringing people who have books available for lending and people who want to borrow books together. The website was built with ease of use and simplicity in mind. It's easy as 1-2-3!
- After logging in with your Facebook account, you upload you Kindle book list. It doesn't matter if your virtual bookshelf contains hundreds of books. Our
semi-automated book import system will help you move all the data in a couple of dozen clicks, while keeping your Amazon account information safe and secure.
You have the option to make your virtual Kindle bookshelf public so that other people can see it (or parts of it).
Click here to start uploading!
- You can then search for books that you would like to borrow and add them to your borrow wish-list by clicking on small "Borrow" button next to the book image. These books are added to your borrow wish-list that is automatically matched against book lists of other people so they can lend you their copies of eBooks if they feel like it
- List of your books that are available for lending is automatically matched against borrow wish-lists of other people. You can always see the number of matching titles in the "Lend" menu. If you see matches and you are willing to lend your book to someone - you can open lending opportunities page and press small "Lend" button next to the book image. You will be redirected to Amazon book lending form that will be pre-configured to send the book to our system.
Here's what sets our book lending system apart from others:
- Safe and secure - your contact and Amazon account information are safe and never shared with anyone.
- Anonymous - book lenders and borrowers never directly interact with each other
- Highly automated - you can import information about hundreds of books you already own on your Kindle in a couple of dozen clicks
- Efficient - all borrowers and lenders are pooled together so that if one borrower changes his mind, another can borrow the same book