Greetings from Kindle Nation!
I’m hoping that this finds you, like it finds me, in finest fettle.
I try for a balance each week between tips, news, free book alerts, and analysis of what’s going on in the Kindlesphere. I never totally nail that balance, but this issue feels to me like a good mix, and I hope that you agree!
|Amazon Touts Free Mother’s Day Shipping for Kindle in a Release That Invites Comparison with the iPad|
|Kindle Nation Daily Free Book Alert: “Wounded Healer” and “Scent,” and Dozens More!|
|RIP Alan Sillitoe – A Favorite of Mine, And a Litmus Test for the Backlist Reach of eBooks|
|From the Kindle Nation Mailbag: Legacies (eBook, Literary, and Political), eBook Architecture, and Free Book Alerts|
|Amazon Allows Kindle Owners to Set a Charge Limit for Transmission of Personal Documents|
|A Tip for Kindle Owners with Access to an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch: Thousands of Free, High-Qality Audiobooks|
|Amazon Poised for Earnings Report, and Why It Matters to Kindle Customers|
|Summing Up the Last Week, and the Last 2 1/2 Years, for Amazon: Phases I, II, and III of the Kindlle Revolution Are Over, and Amazon Has Won All Three|
|About That Kindle Revolution: A Few Nuggets from Amazon’s April 22 Conference Call on Quarterly Earnings|
|Around the Global Kindlesphere: Paulo Coelho Kindle eBooks Available in Spanish & French Worldwide|