Amazon’s Kindle has grown from a mere book reading device to a fully-fledged entertainment device, all thanks to Amazon’s new Kindle Fire offerings. But one thing that many of us love to do on Kindle is to read books. There are many Kindle books available on Amazon that can be downloaded for free, or you can buy paid books too. If you love reading books, then chances are that your Kindle library has kept growing over time and now you will need to search that one book that you’re interested to read. A solution to this problem is that you can delete/remove the book from your Kindle library that you’re not thinking to read anymore. More books means more clutter, and more time to handpick the books that you want to read. Therefore in this article, you’ll learn how to remove a book from your Amazon Kindle Library.
Note: Deleting a book from Kindle library will permanently remove the book (or title) from your account. You will need to re-purchase it if you want to read it again. Therefore, follow this article only if you’ve taken the final decision to never read that book again.
Step 1: Login to your Amazon account and click on “Your Account” from the top-right of the page. Here’s the direct URL for your convenience.
Step 2: From “Your Account” page, scroll down to the Digital Content section and from there, click on Manage Your Kindle.
Step 3: From this page, go to Actions and then click on Delete from library.
Step 4: You will now be presented with a confirmation box asking you if you’re really sure to permanently remove the book from your account. Click on “Yes.”
That’s all you need to do. The book will now be removed from all of your devices where you have used the same Amazon account. For example; if you’ve installed the Kindle app on your iPad, or your Android tablet or smartphone, then the book will be removed/deleted from all of your devices.