Archive for January, 2011

Kindle Nation’s Free Weekly Digest, January 27, 2011: Kindle Tips, Kindle Lending, Kindle Freebies, and the Kindle Revolution

January 28, 2011
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Kindle Nation’s Free Weekly Digest, January 27, 2011: Kindle Tips, Kindle Lending, Kindle Freebies, and the Kindle Revolution

IN THIS ISSUE – CLICK ON THE TITLES TO READ: The Kindle Revolution and the Bottom Line: Amazon to Announce 2010 Corporate Earnings After Stock Market Close Today, January 27, 2011 Kindle’s New Lending Program May Not Be for Everyone, But It’s Definitely for Some: Lending & Borrowing Grow By Leaps and Bounds Through New “Kindle Lending Club” From...

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Free Kindle Nation Shorts – January 28, 2011: Free Your Inner Novelist With D.D. Scott’s MUSE THERAPY: Unleashing Your Inner Sybil, A Free Excerpt

January 28, 2011
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Free Kindle Nation Shorts – January 28, 2011: Free Your Inner Novelist  With D.D. Scott’s MUSE THERAPY: Unleashing Your Inner Sybil, A Free Excerpt

Free Kindle Nation Shorts – January 27, 2011 Free Your Inner Novelist With D.D. Scott’s MUSE THERAPY: Unleashing Your Inner Sybil ————- A Free Excerpt By Stephen Windwalker Editor, Kindle Nation Daily ¬©Kindle Nation Daily 2011 About a year ago, acting on a recommendation by Seth Godin, I read a remarkable book entitled The War of Art: Winning the...

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INCOMING! IDENTIFY! IDENTIFY! Yes, It’s the Kindle Revolution

January 28, 2011
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We have dispatches from all over this week, and they all bear the same identifying marks. Russ Grandinetti, Amazon’s vice-president for Kindle Content, addressed a Digital Book World panel yesterday and summed up the changes that are taking place in the world of publishing and reading like this: “However fast you think this change is happening, it’s probably happening...

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Imagine the action and ideas of The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol in good, clean prose, and you’ve got our Kindle Nation eBook of the Day, Terrence O’Brien’s The Templar Concordat – And here’s a free sample!

January 28, 2011
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Imagine the action and ideas of The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol in good, clean prose, and you’ve got our Kindle Nation eBook of the Day, Terrence O’Brien’s The Templar Concordat – And here’s a free sample!

Loved The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol, but you wish Dan Brown could lose his fixation with all the arty esoterica? Terrence O’Brien’s The Templar Concordat could be the book that hits your sweet spot…. Here’s the set-up: When the truth is your greatest danger, and the enemy knows the truth, things can only go downhill when...

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Kindle Nation Daily Free Book Alert, Friday, January 28: Two Brand New Freebies in Spinward Fringe: Origins and A Child al Confino, plus … Daniel Pyle’s twisted thriller Dismember (Today’s Sponsor)

January 28, 2011
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Kindle Nation Daily Free Book Alert, Friday, January 28: Two Brand New Freebies in Spinward Fringe: Origins and A Child al Confino, plus … Daniel Pyle’s twisted thriller Dismember (Today’s Sponsor)

A stirring memoir from the edge of the Holocaust and a fictional broadcast from the Spinward Fringe are this morning’s latest additions to 200+ Free Book Alert listings…. But first, a word from … Today’s Sponsor At seven, Dave survived a gruesome mountainside car accident that left the rest of his family savaged and dead – but now, twenty-three...

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The Kindle Revolution and the Bottom Line: Amazon to Announce 2010 Corporate Earnings After Stock Market Close Today, January 27, 2011

January 27, 2011
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Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) will hold a conference call to discuss its fourth quarter 2010 financial results on January 27, 2011, at 2:00 p.m. PT/5:00 p.m. ET. The event will be webcast live, and the audio and associated slides will be available for at least three months thereafter at www.amazon.com/ir. It will be interesting, as always, to see how much...

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Kindle’s New Lending Program May Not Be for Everyone, But It’s Definitely for Some: Lending & Borrowing Grow By Leaps and Bounds Through New “Kindle Lending Club”

January 27, 2011
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Kindle’s New Lending Program May Not Be for Everyone, But It’s Definitely for Some: Lending & Borrowing Grow By Leaps and Bounds Through New “Kindle Lending Club”

In some ways, it wasn’t really fair of us to include a question about the new Kindle lending program in our Winter 2011 Kindle Nation Citizen Survey. After all, the program is even newer and shinier than the Kindles that millions of happy campers opened on the morning of December 25, since Amazon waited until the penultimate day of...

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Desperate Housewives is a toddlers’ tea party next to our Kindle Nation eBook o’ the Day, Cathryn Grant’s suburban noir novel Demise of the Soccer Moms! Here’s a free sample

January 27, 2011
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Desperate Housewives is a toddlers’ tea party next to our Kindle Nation eBook o’ the Day, Cathryn Grant’s suburban noir novel Demise of the Soccer Moms! Here’s a free sample

Behind the veneer of manicured yards, designer furniture and vacations, fast-paced careers and super-children lurks envy, greed and materialism. Beneath that? Fear. Suburban Noir – where the mundane is menacing. Here’s the set-up for Cathryn Grant’s Demise of the Soccer Moms: A seemingly quiet suburban neighborhood is upended when a provocative single mother saunters onto the school playground for...

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It takes a village to become a theme park, in our Kindle Nation eBook of the Day, Jacqueline T. Lynch’s warm, funny novel Meet Me In Nuthatch. Here’s a free sample!

January 26, 2011
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It takes a village to become a theme park, in our Kindle Nation eBook of the Day, Jacqueline T. Lynch’s warm, funny novel Meet Me In Nuthatch. Here’s a free sample!

Our Kindle Nation eBook of the Day is a novel of humor, warmth, Christmas tree farming, dressing up like it was 1904, and selling your small town to a theme park conglomerate. Here’s the set-up for Meet Me In Nuthatch by Jacqueline T. Lynch: Party like its 1904, in Nuthatch A publicity stunt to attract tourists to a small...

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Kindle Nation Daily Free Book Alert, Wednesday, January 26: A New FreeView from HarperCollins, plus … Hero Kurt Vetter and a secret agent named Amanda fight to stop the unthinkable in The Patriot Paradox, a 99-cent page-turner by William Esmont (Today’s Sponsor)

January 26, 2011
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Kindle  Nation Daily Free Book Alert, Wednesday, January 26: A New FreeView  from HarperCollins, plus … Hero Kurt Vetter and a secret agent named  Amanda fight to stop the unthinkable in The Patriot Paradox, a 99-cent page-turner by William Esmont (Today’s Sponsor)

Honeymooning! Is it a yarn? a short story? a preview? a brand new Cypress Hollow offering with bonus material from HarperCollins? Apparently it is all of these, and it is also free today and sits atop this morning’s freshly updated presentation of over 200 Free Book Alert listings…. But first, a word from … Today’s Sponsor A loyal brother,...

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