Oops, almost forgot to look this month. They are all Amazon imprints again.
''Alchemy of Love Mindfulness Training'' Series of Mindfulness Books are:
* ''Art of 4 Elements|Discover Alchemy through Poetry'' (2015)
* ''A Guide to Mindful Eating|Conscious Eating'' (2015)
* ''Mindful Eating with Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes|Mindful Eating'' (2015)
* ''Mindful Being towards Mindful Living Course|Mindfulness Training'' (2015)
* ''Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents|Conscious Parenting'' (2016)
* ''Chanting Mantras with Best Chords|Chanting Mantras'' (2016)
* ''Ama Alchemy of Love|17th century journey into enlightenment'' (2016)
* ''Tree of Life|Spiritual Poetry Book'' (2017)
* ''Conscious Creativity|Conscious Creativity'' (2017)
Artof4Elements is a Mindfulness Training and self-help Publisher that in 2015 designed and launched a Series called ''Alchemy of Love Mindfulness Training Books''. The main interest is in areas of Mindfulness, Meditation, Self-Help, New Thought, Alternative Health, Vegetarian and Vegan Food and Nutrition, and Conscious Parenting.
I know it's now a benefit of Amazon prime membership (ours is up for renewal and we've been arguing about it because before this I wasn't using it and he had mostly exhausted the free tv shows of interest). Clicking the "learn more" link at https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/fd/learnmore-pr is uninformative.
Do Amazon authors now have a choice to include their book in Prime Reading?
UPDATE: Found some links with more info than Amazon is showing. Looks like a rotating selection of offerings but not sure how or if authors can opt their book into the program. Maybe amazon wasn't seeing the KOLL borrows or KU subscriptions expected (both of which seem to still be available rather than replaced)? Maybe trying to compete with other monthly-fee reading services? Kindle First pick-one-free a month ahead of publication is still going but now choices are clearly strictly for Amazon published books (hopefully this new program won't just be full of Amazon published books).
Links for more detail:
Personally, I was never much interested in KU monthly fee on top of prime fees. Halfheartedly sporadically tried finding books to add to a KU wishlist if not also in the free-with-prime KOLL. When I would have a robust wishlist is when I was planning on activating free trial to see. Very rare to find books in KU but not KOLL; rarer still to find any traditionally published books (most not self-/indie-published books in KUwere re-issues of very old classics from Open Road Media at that). That wishlist currently only has a handful of finds on it.
This Prime Reading, however, has already shown me dozens of things I would read at least in magazines (books ... hmm?). Of course, so did Kindle Firsts and KOLL when they initially launched. Off to make wishlists while spotting things of interest.