Amazon extending Kindle Owners' Lending Library to the UK, Germany and France this month

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Amazon’s Kindle Owners’ Lending Library has grown considerably since launching in the US, and it looks like the company’s finally decided it was time to let some other countries in on the service as well. It announced today that Amazon Prime members in the UK, Germany and France would all have access to the service “later this month,” although it’s not providing a specific date just yet. As in the US, it will let folks borrow up to one book a month for free, with over 200,000 titles available to choose from (including “thousands” in the countries’ local languages). Alongside that expansion, Amazon has also announced yet another increase (of $100,000) to its Kindle Direct Publishing Select fund — which pays independent authors who include their books in the Lending Library — with an even bigger one planed for November. No word yet on any additional countries next in line.

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