If you’re looking to browse some medical texts on your Kindle Fire the library has a great mobile resource called ebrary*. You must access this resource from the web browser and after registering for an account you can browse books in multiple categories like Medicine and Science and read them right on your kindle or you can download a portion of the book as a pdf document.
If you’re looking for a little bit lighter reading, I recently came across a pretty great feature on my Kindle Fire. It’s called the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library. The Kindle Owner’s Lending Library allows eligible U. S. Amazon Prime members who own Kindle devices to choose from thousands of books to borrow for free including more than 100 current and former New York Times Bestsellers. You can borrow one book a month, with no due dates. You must be an eligible paid Amazon Prime member or a paid Amazon student member. You can only access the library on the kindle device that is registered to your prime account. On the kindle fire you can access the library directly from the store page. It looks like this:
Another great resource is your local public library! In Greenville, NC we have Sheppard Memorial Library who offers eBooks and audiobooks at no charge with a valid library card through NC Live & 3M.
*the ebrary app is available to download for Android and iOS users; see our Mobile Resources guide for more information:http://libguides.ecu.edu/mobileresources