Scribd Becomes Everand

Ebook/audiobook subscription service Scribd has split into Everand (for fiction) with Scribd now housing the documents, manuals, papers, etc. Basically, they made the split to make it easier for people to find what they want. This is important because if you are looking for my books on Scribd, you’ll now find them on Everand instead.

Everand also has audiobooks, and a subscription to Everand gives access to all their documents, papers, PDFs on Scribd as well. Likewise, a subscription to Scribd also gives access to Everand.

But just what is Everand, you may ask? Think of Everand as Kindle Unlimited. If you’re looking for an alternative to Amazon KU, then Everand is what you’re looking for. Having a monthly subscription to Everand allows you to read as many ebooks as you like, just as KU does. (Note: apparently Everand does ‘throttle’ your access somewhat if you too many books in a month, but I’m not 100% sure how much they consider is too much).

At the time of this writing an Everand subscription was $11.99/month, which is more than Kindle Unlimited and Kobo Plus. However, while not all Kobo and Kindle books are enrolled in KU, all Everand books are accessible through the Everand subscription. An Everand subscription also gives you access to audiobooks. That means a Everand subscription is a bit like having both a KU subscription and an Audible subscription wrapped up in one!

If you decide to pick up an Everand subscription, be sure to check out my books. It’s probably the cheapest way to read all of my books!

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