Get RV Camping Book FREE on Kindle (Amazon Prime Members)

June 30, 2012 by · 4 Comments  
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Earlier this year, we announced my new e-book about RV camping.

It’s called “Long Long Honeymoon – Living Large in a Small Tin Can.” (Try saying that phrase three times fast.)

It clocks in at 292 pages of content – only slightly shorter than the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

The response to this book has been fantastic.

Since I am not easily overwhelmed, let me simply say: I am whelmed.

You the people, my fellow campers, have gobbled this book down… like a plate of hot smores.

Amazon Prime members can borrow the author's book for FREE. And hey, even if you're not a Prime member, it's only $2.99.

Amazon Prime members can borrow the author's book for free. And if you're not a Prime member, it's only $2.99.

Especially you Kindle readers.

You have made this book one of the top sellers in the Amazon Kindle “Travel Essays & Travelogues” section.

Of course, with the free Kindle app you can read many Kindle books on almost any e-device, including iPad, iPhone, any number of Android tablets, and even a Nook. (Don’t tell Barnes & Noble, but I have been known to read Kindle on my rooted Nook Color!) For this deal, however, you need to be using a REAL Kindle device. Hey, those are Amazon’s rules, not mine.

“Long Long Honeymoon – Living Large in a Small Tin Can” is now available on the AMAZON KINDLE platform for the rock bottom price of $2.99 – but it’s FREE to borrow for Amazon Prime members via the Kindle Lending Library – on real Kindle devices! Check it out now – before we come to our senses!



The nice thing about this tome is that it’s packed with information along with entertainment.

One reader on Amazon commented that he considers the book “a resource to be carried along with me, on my iPad, in my RV.” That’s pretty cool.

To repeat: the book is now part of Amazon’s “Kindle Select” program, meaning it is available for FREE borrowing to all Amazon Prime members via the Kindle Lending Library. You need to be using a real Kindle for the deal.

So, if you have Amazon Prime, you may download/borrow a copy for the whopping price of $0.00. (A price even my harshest critics must concede is fair.)

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4 Responses to “Get RV Camping Book FREE on Kindle (Amazon Prime Members)”

  1. Judie Ashford on June 30th, 2012 5:29 pm

    I’m Prime, but it shows up as $2.99. Can borrow for free, though. Do you have a link that goes there directly?

    Virtual hugs,


  2. butterbean carpenter on June 30th, 2012 6:01 pm

    Howdy KRISTY & Sean,
    Sean, the only reason it stays up so high is people think there’ll be some pics of Kristy in it!!! I don’t have any of those ‘thingys’ to read it with and I sure ain’t Prime,
    so, I’ll just guess I’ll miss it and If there is a Kristy pic in it I’LL KILL MYSELF!!!
    I hope you sell a bunch at $0.00!!! Or even $2.99!!!

  3. Jean Painter on June 30th, 2012 7:27 pm

    This is a bit misleading. I am an Amazon prime member and I have the Kindle app on my iPad.

    Amazon just told me that the only way you can read this book for free is through the Prime lending library. The only way you can use that library is if you own a real Kindle device. It is not available free to be read free on an iDevice.

  4. Tom Gourley on June 30th, 2012 7:49 pm

    Dont be cheap, pay 2.99 it is worth that little amount.