Ultimate Guide: Voice Command Examples for Alexa Kindle Book Commands

Welcome to the Ultimate Guide: Voice Command Examples for Alexa Kindle Book Commands. Below, you will find a collection of useful voice command examples that you can use to navigate and manage your Kindle books with Alexa. Whether you want to search for a specific book, control the playback, or adjust the reading settings, these voice commands will help you make the most of your Kindle reading experience. So, sit back, relax, and let Alexa handle the rest.

#1 Search and Navigation

“Alexa, search for ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ in my Kindle books.”
“Go to the next chapter.”
“Find my progress in ‘The Great Gatsby’.”
“Skip to page 100 in ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’.”
“Open ‘Pride and Prejudice’.”

#2 Playback Control

“Resume reading in ‘A Game of Thrones’.”
“Pause the current book.”
“Play the next book in my library.”
“Stop reading.”
“Turn on voice control.”

#3 Reading Settings

“Set the font size to the largest.”
“Change the reading speed to 2x.”
“Enable dyslexic font.”
“Switch to night mode.”
“Turn on immersive reading.”

#4 Book Management

“Add ‘The Catcher in the Rye’ to my wish list.”
“Remove ‘1984’ from my library.”
“Buy the audiobook of ‘The Da Vinci Code’.”
“Share a passage from ‘The Hobbit’.”
“Rate ‘Gone Girl’ with five stars.”

#5 Alexa Interaction

“Ask Alexa for a book recommendation.”
“Get information about the author of ‘The Alchemist’.”
“Tell me a book-related joke, Alexa.”
“Ask for the New York Times bestsellers.”
“Open the Kindle Book Store.”