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Kindle Nation Bargain Book Alert: Join former Valley Girl rocker turned bored saleswoman Zoe Tisdale as she tries to recapture her days as drummer for a spirited, sassy all-girl garage band that almost hit the big time back in 1987!  Our Kindle eBook of the Day is Erik Atwell’s THANK YOU FOR FLYING AIR ZOE – 4.6 Stars on 8 Straight Rave Reviews, Just $2.99 on Kindle


PRAISE FOR THANK YOU FOR FLYING AIR ZOE:

“I expected a simple summer read when I got this book and what I received was so much more. I seriously had to put it down a few times and reevaluate my life’s dreams and goals haha! No joke – not only is it smart, cool, funny and unbelievable insightful (especially considering it was written by a guy), it really makes you think. It’s definitely a book for a girl (or guy of course) who likes their chick-lit but with a little more meat on the bones.” — lbeaulaca

“Thank You For Flying Air Zoe had me hooked from the very first page. It’s the kind of novel I was excited to come back to as I climbed into bed each night” — Leah Graham

Here’s the set-up for Erik Atwell’s Thank You For Flying Air Zoe, 8 Straight Rave Reviews and just $2.99 on Kindle:

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fasten Seat Belt sign has been turned on, but feel free to ignore it, because sometimes life is best lived on its dizzy edges. Your cruising altitude today will be sky high, and you will be flying at staggering speeds as you travel alongside Zoe Tisdale, former Valley Girl and rock star turned bored butter saleswoman.

On the heels of a brush with mortality, Zoe concludes that she’s been letting time pass her by. Realizing she needs to awaken her life’s tired refrains, Zoe vows to recapture the one chapter of her life that truly mattered to her – her days as drummer for The Flip-Flops, a spirited, sassy all-girl garage band that almost hit the big time back in 1987.

But reuniting the band won’t be easy. The girls who were once the whiz kid guitarist, the prom queen bass player, and the hippie lead singer grew up and became women who are now a reclusive dog trainer, a wealthy socialite, and a sociopathic environmentalist. Will Zoe bring the band back together and give The Flip-Flops a second chance at stardom? Is it possible to fully reclaim the urgent energy of youth?

As you follow this wild flight path, please know that your destination could be anywhere at all, complimentary oxygen is provided upon request, and baggage flies free. We hope you enjoy the ride, and Thank You For Flying Air Zoe.

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In the Battle over eBook Apps on the iPad, Apple Says “My Way or the Highway;” Kindle Replies “Whatever, Dude”

By Steve Windwalker
Earlier this week — as we sat around waiting for Amazon to come clean and announce a Kindle tablet — we conducted a little experiment here at Kindle Nation.
In the midst of considerable internet fanfare, Apple forced a change in the Kindle App for the iPad, the iPhone, and the iPod Touch. Basically, the result is that there’s no longer a link to the Kindle Store within the Kindle App.
Our experiment? We thought we would see what would happen if we didn’t have anything to say about it. More of those kinds of news items appear these days on our BookGorilla.com sister blog anyway, so we didn’t feel we’d be letting you down by staying mum.
Why? Well, this is the kind of “issue” that gets a lot of attention from tech bloggers and partisans who believe the world will soon end in a conflagration ensuing from global thermonuclear war between Apple and Amazon. We were curious to see if the change really mattered much to anyone among the thousands of serious readers who visit Kindle Nation each day.
The results are in. We didn’t receive a single email, blog comment, tweet, or Facebook comment or message about the change. We know that a small but significant percentage of our readers read Kindle books on their iPads and other iOs devices, so it’s actually pretty remarkable that there wasn’t a peep or a tweet. 
But now that the dust has settled, or now that the dust continues to just sit there, we’ll briefly review what has happened here. 
  • In January 2008, shortly after the launch of the Kindle, Apple’s Steve Jobs commented that the Kindle was “a failed concept from the top” because “nobody reads any more.”
  • In January of 2010, at the event announcing the launch of the iPad, Jobs said that “Amazon has done a good job with Kindle” but that Apple was “going to stand on their shoulders” and the the successful ebook concept even further with iBooks. Several ebook platforms including Kindle, Nook, and Kobo created free Kindle Apps, all with better selection and better features than the iBooks platform, and it quickly became obvious both that Kindle would be the leading iOs ereading platform and also that Apple was either ill-prepared or unmotivated, or both, to make much of the iBooks platform.
  • Early this year, Apple said it was going to change the rules for other reading apps on its iOs devices so that users would no longer be able to click on an in-app link to be taken directly, for instance, to the Kindle Store. (Well, that’s not exactly what Apple said. What Apple actually said was that it would grab 30 percent of gross proceeds from all sales generated by in-app ebook sales on platforms such as the Kindle, Nook, and Kobo. 30 percent, of course, constitutes 100 percent of Amazon’s standard share of Kindle ebook sales.)
So it is no surprise that neither Amazon nor the other players would go along with this kind of greedy power play. If there was a surprise, it was 
  • first, that Apple actually followed through and brought this to a head; and
  • second, that anyone thought it would really be an effective use of Apple’s power.
Instead, it seems like Apple is doing all it can to make itself irrelevant to the serious readers who do most of the buying when it comes to ebooks. And Amazon, obviously recognizing that Apple’s power play changed very little, has played its hand in a very calm, understated way. The company sent the following message Wednesday to Kindle customers who have registered an iOs device for Kindle App use:

Dear Amazon.com Customer,

We’d like to update you on a change to the Kindle application that affects the way that you access the Kindle Store. In order to comply with recent policy changes by Apple, we’ve removed the “Kindle Store” link from within the app that opened Safari and took you to the Kindle Store.

You can still shop on iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch–just open the Safari web browser and go to Amazon.com. (For quick access, we recommend creating a bookmark in your web browser.) Your Kindle books will be delivered to your Kindle application and automatically downloaded when you open the app. Thanks for being a Kindle customer.

Exactly. But perhaps out of an overabundance of politeness, Amazon didn’t take things one step further. Sure, you can “bookmark” the Kindle Store on your iOs device’s browser. But you can also add the Kindle Store to your iOs Home screen, right alongside your Kindle App, just as you see them in the second row of the screenshot at the right. Here’s how:

  • Just open your iPad’s Safari browser and click on or enter this link – http://amzn.to/Kindle-on-iOs  
  • When the Kindle Store page opens on your iPad browser, just click on the little icon just to the left of the browser’s URL entry field, and select “Add to Home Screen” from the pulldown menu that pops up, as in the screenshot at right.
  • Then just find the new Kindle Store icon on your iPad’s Home display, tap it twice so you can move it, and use your fingertip to move it next to your Kindle App. (Note: While you’re at it, you may also want to move the iBooks icon to the same general area, for days when you want to buy expensive books at the prices Steve Jobs feels you should pay for them.)
Over at the Atlantic Wire, blogger Rebecca Greenfield’s view of the Apple power play seems well-considered, if a little more glum than ours: “It looks like everyone involved loses something in the e-reader app store battle,” she writes. She says it is “far more inconvenient for iPad users to get reads on their devices,” but I have to admit that I am not feeling her pain. What’s so hard about tapping the Kindle Store icon and buying a book. You’ll seal the deal and arrive back in your Kindle App a few seconds before the new book downloads. Shazam.

But Wired Epicenter’s Tim Carmody concludes that “Apple’s new rules haven’t knee-capped Amazon in the slightest. Far from it. In fact, Apple’s given them a gift….”

Whatever the case, it is certainly hard to imagine that Apple could make any kind of plausible case that their power play was undertaken for the benefit of iPad or other iOs users. And the more of these silly missteps we see from Apple, the more likely it is that ultimately they will begin to drive even some of their own loyal fans off in the direction of some other tablet from some other company, perhaps a company that already has a stake in the ebook business.

KND Kindle Free Book Alert, Thursday, July 28: ELEVEN (11) BRAND NEW FREEBIES IN THE PAST 24 HOURS! Search OVER 900 FREE TITLES by Category! plus … Experience the ultimate fireworks, with Sandra Balzo’s HEAVEN’S FIRE (Today’s Sponsor, 4.8 Stars, $2.99)

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–Chicago Tribune on Sandra Balzo’s UNCOMMON GROUNDS



Heaven’s Fire
by Sandra Balzo
4.8 stars – 4 Reviews
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“It has romance, deceptions, murder, firework industry, television industry, extended families, multigenerational family, ATF, mystery and suspense. 
–April A. Renn  

 
Here’s the set-up: 
 

A fireworks show goes terribly wrong, pitting the passion of that singular industry — and the multi-generational families who devote their lives to it — against the economics and politics of big event marketing and television news.

One Reviewer Notes:


“Fireworks, death, and romance. Not a bad foundation for a book. Then add the TV industry and its thirst for blood on the screen, an ATF Agent charged with investigating a death during a fireworks demonstration, and a TV producer torn between her industry and doing what is right, and you’ll find Sandra Balzo’s new book, HEAVEN’S FIRE. Oh, I forgot to mention a traditional extended Italian family whom you’ll love as they struggle to save their business. There are even a couple of nosy ex’s thrown in for good measure.

“Pasquale Firenze, the patriarch of the family business, Firenze Fireworks, is killed in a malfunction during the climax of the biggest fireworks extravaganza of the year. Local TV8 is on the scene and captures everything on tape–some of it so graphic that producer Wendy “Jake” Jacobus is torn between doing what’s right for the station and what’s right for society.

–Randy Rawls


About the Author

I turned to mystery writing after twenty years in corporate public relations, event management, and publicity in Milwaukee. My books are set in a gourmet coffee shop and feature Maggy Thorsen, a down-sized PR person. (Go figure.) In the first book, Uncommon Grounds, Maggy arrives at the store the morning of their grand opening only to find one of her partners dead in a pool of skim milk in front of the espresso machine. I’m told the books are funny. There are five more Maggy Thorsen mysteries out: GROUNDS FOR MURDER; BEAN THERE, DONE THAT; BREWED, CRUDE and TATTOOED: FROM THE GROUNDS UP and A CUP of JO. TRIPLE SHOT is coming later this year.

RUNNING ON EMPTY, the first book in a second series (to alternate with the Maggy books), was just released and is set in the popular vacation destination of North Carolina’s High Country”

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Kindle Nation Bargain Book Alert: From 1120 to 1307, the Knights Templar answered to nobody, had the strongest military, crossed borders at will, and financed monarchies. What if they returned now to challenge Al Qaeda without worrying about media, Congressional hearings, or the next election cycle? Terrence O’Brien’s THE TEMPLAR CONCORDAT is our Kindle eBook of the Day: 4.9 Stars and Just $2.99 on Kindle

If you loved the ideas behind Da Vinci and The Lost Symbol, but you weren’t so crazy about all the arty esoterica, THE TEMPLAR CONCORDAT could hit your sweet spot.

Here’s the set-up for Terrence O’Brien’s The Templar Concordat, 4.9 stars from 9 reviewers and just $2.99 On Kindle:

When the truth is your greatest danger, and the enemy knows the truth, things can only go downhill when the enemy finally gets the proof. And that’s the proof the Hashashin get when they steal what the Vatican doesn’t even know it has.

Now the infallible decrees of two Twelfth Century popes and three kings, stolen by the Hashashin, threaten to catapult the bigotry, bias, and religious blood baths of the Third Crusade straight into the Twenty-First Century.

When Templars Sean Callahan and Marie Curtis are drawn into the mess, they face an ancient enemy that has already nearly won the battle, a newly elected Mexican pope being undermined by entrenched Vatican powers, world class scholars who will sell their prestige to the highest bidder, and terrorists lingering over lattes in sidewalk cafes.

Moving from Rome to London, Switzerland, and Saudi Arabia, Callahan and Curtis are desperate to find some way to stem the success the Hashashin are having enlisting the majority of moderate Muslims in their Jihad.

From the Author

The idea for the book began to grow a few years ago as news reports revealed more and more about Al Qaeda. What struck me was the fact that it had no national allegiance. It operated outside the established nation state system. Al Qaeda didn’t care what the government of Saudi Arabia, Syria, Pakistan, or Iran thought. It did whatever it wanted, and claimed to be doing it to further world-wide Islam.

So, I wondered what things would be like if there was an organization in the West that was also free from the governments of the West. How would they combat Al Qaeda? What kind of scene would play out across the world if that kind of group challenged Al Qaeda without worrying about media, Congressional hearings, appeals courts, public opinion, or the next election cycle?

Then I remembered there once was such a Western organization when the Knights Templars were active from 1120 to 1307. They answered to nobody, had the strongest military of the day, crossed borders at will, amassed a huge fortune, engaged in trade and commerce, and financed many of the monarchies.

So, why not bring the Templars forward in time, and let some escape the ambush by the King of France and the pope that destroyed them in 1307? And since the Templars were a creation of the Crusades and the Church, let those players come into the present day, too. And the Hashashin, a secretive branch of Islaimi Shiite Islam that excelled in covert operations? Let them escape their destruction by the Mongols in 1275, and come forward to the present day.

I also noticed news stories about the discovery of the Chinon Parchment from 1308 dealing with the Templar trials. The document had been misfiled in 1628 and was lost to history until an Italian researcher found it buried in the stacks of the Vatican Library in 2001. So the notion that things could get lost for hundreds of years in a library was definitely reasonable.

The result is The Templar Concordat. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Terrence O’Brien

After leaving the Marine Corps I began a career in mine and oil field development. So, I have followed the oil fields spanning Alaska, Saudi Arabia, and Indonesia, and now live with my wife in Kansas City where I became a floor trader at the Kansas City Board of Trade. I’m currently working on Avram’s Cross, the second book in the series.

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Kindle Nation Bargain Book Alert: Check Out BEAUTIFUL BEINGS, the Latest Release from Novelist Kailin Gow and Save 60% on Four of Her Books for Just $1.99 Each!

Part gothic,
part love story,
part thriller: 

In Kailin Gow’s Beautiful Beings, the realm of the spiritual world where angels and demons walk the earth is revealed in a captivating story about a girl named Lux, who is gifted with the ability to see the spiritual realm and to use this gift to save souls.

Part gothic, part love story, part thriller; Beautiful Beings introduces a feisty heroine, the hypnotic otherworldly beautiful classmates she meets at an exclusive boarding school, and the love she could never have.

Read an excerpt here:

“A wave of warmth, scented with cinnamon, entered the still darkness of my room. As I sat up in bed, it tickled my nostrils and brought me to a state of semi-consciousness; aware I was in my room, but with the distant knowledge that I wasn’t fully awake.

In the corner, between my clutter filled dresser and my half opened window, I saw his shadow. He’d come again, dark, silent and mysterious as he stood waiting for me to acknowledge him. I should have been filled with fear and the desire to scream out for help. My body should have reacted swiftly to the intrusion, shooting out of bed and clambering to find the comfort of my parents’ room. But I felt safe and longed for him to stay.

He stepped forward, shadows forever keeping him obscured and allowing me to take in only the breadth of his shoulders, his strong and powerful height and just a hint of glimmer in his eyes. I detected a flash of joy and love in that glimmer.

When he sat on the edge of my bed and reached out to caress my face, I didn’t flinch or back away. It was as it should be, as it always should have been. His touch belonged to me; his hands, his fingers, all so warm, caring, loving. My head suddenly heavy, I leaned my cheek into his palm, wanting more than just a gentle caress…”

But that’s not all!
For one week only, bestselling novelist Kailin Gow is offering Kindle Nation citizens a special 60% discount on each of four novels from her “Frost” series! 
Get all four Frost novels now for just $1.99 each and you’ll stay cool all summer!
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From the Kindle Nation Mailbag: What’s with Vook Books and the Kindle?

By Steve Windwalker

Thanks to long-time Kindle Nation citizen Nina S. for sending in this perfectly reasonable question about “enhanced” Kindle books with audio and video content:

Hi, Steve…
I am puzzled … why are so many Vook-based books showing up on your listing of books for Kindle? As far as I can determine, I can’t use Vook-based books on my Kindle 3. Or am I way off base?
Cheers, Nina
Well, Nina, maybe you’re a little off base on this one, but that just suggests to me that there are probably a lot of Kindle owners in similar straits, which to me means that someone — either the Vook folks or the Amazon folks or both — could be a better job of marketing or informing Kindle owners about these “Vook-based books.”
Here’s the scoop:


  • All of the Vook Books – even those that are tagged as “Animated” or “Kindle Edition with Audio/Video and often sold at a higher price — are composed mainly of text that can be read on any Kindle. When you come to a section that is not compatible with your Kindle, you’ll see something like what’s shown in the screenshot at right.
  • As of now, the enhanced or animated audio/video content that won’t show up on your Kindle is supported on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. If you download a VookBook to your Kindle now but want to view it/read it/hear it later on one of these iOs devices at some time in the future, you can just send it wirelessly to the Kindle app on any such device that is registered to your account. It is also quite likely that such content will be compatible at some point with a new Kindle tablet, even if is not compatible when the K-Tab launches.
  • If you don’t anticipate owning such a device in the future, you should always check to see if there is a non-enhanced version of the VookBook available. These basic versions contain all the text and are often priced at half of the cost of the enhanced version. And without putting too fine a point on this, let’s just say that you won’t be missing that much. For instance, it’s not like the enhanced version of the Vook title History of Rock and Roll 101: The TextVook is packed with great clips from the past, either audio or video.
  • As to why you’ve been noticing VookBooks in our Free Book and 99-Center search tool listings lately, it’s just driven by the appearance of these titles at the applicable price points in the Kindle Store. As our web developer Mark likes to say, the lists are created “automagically.” But it occurred to me that it was possible Vook might be focusing more on Kindle marketing in advance of a Kindle tablet launch.

Hope that helps!

KND Kindle Free Book Alert, Wednesday, July 27: Mr. Planemaker’s Flying Machine Tops TWO (2) BRAND NEW FREEBIES IN THE PAST 24 HOURS! Search OVER 900 FREE TITLES by Category! plus … Mark A. Rayner’s MARVELLOUS HAIRY (Today’s Sponsor, $2.99) is “a blending of the anything-for-a-laugh mentality of Douglas Adams with the experimental abandon of early Philip K. Dick”


Powered by our magical Kindle free book tool, here are this morning’s latest additions to our 900+ Kindle Free Book listings….

 

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“Read this freaking book, people. Funny, absurd, captivating, and unique.
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Marvellous Hairy
by Mark A. Rayner
4.3 stars – 37 Reviews
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Marvellous Hairy is a weird little beast, a blending of the anything-for-a-laugh mentality of Douglas Adams with the experimental abandon of early Philip K. Dick. Is it satire? Science fiction? A piercing exploration into the nature of being? Good-natured sex romp?”  

–Corey Redekop, Author of Shelf Monkey



Here’s the set-up:

So, hair is sprouting in unspeakable places and you can no longer carry a tune, but if you’re a surrealistic artiste with an addiction to Freudian mythology and guilt-free sex, turning into a monkey has its upsides. 

Nick Motbot may be evolving as a novelist, but his friends aren’t too sure about his DNA. At least, not since Gargantuan Enterprises started experimenting with it. Once they figure out what’s happening to him, they decide to set things right. Marvellous Hairy is a satirical novel about a group of friends sticking it to the man the only way they know how, with equal parts grain alcohol and applied Chaos Theory. Part literary fun-ride and part slapstick comedy, Marvellous Hairy about the power of friendship and love, the evils of power, and the dangers of letting corrupt CEOs run our world. But most importantly, it’s about how we have to get in touch with our fun-loving inner monkeys.

 


 

One Reviewer Notes:


“Who needs humanity when you got everything else you could want? “Marvellous Hairy” tells the story of Nick Motbot, a novelist who finds his DNA being tampered with and has seemed to enjoy monkeying around more appealing than it once was. With much humor and an absurdist tint on many ideas, Mark Rayner presents a novel where humanity is optional, raging against the machine is a good idea, and the upsides of life as a lower primate. “Marvellous Hairy” is a top pick for any humorous fiction collection, highly recommended. 

–Midwest Book Review


About the Author 

Robot-monkey loving, zombie-pirate fighting, massively bestselling wannabe, Mark is actually Canadian. By day he is a university prof and by night, a writer of “fabulist satire” novels, squibs and other drivel. (Some pure, and some quite tainted with meaning.) Marvellous Hairy is his second novel. His first book, The Amadeus Net, is heavier on the robots.

You can read more of his fiction (for free) at his website where you can also dig into his irregular and explosive blog, The Skwib (markarayner.com). Follow him at Twitter (@markarayner) or on Facebook (www.facebook.com/RaynerWriting).

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Can a Marine turned baker and a jaded contractor find their way to a second chance?Braxton Whitmore needs a change. After leaving the Marines, he’s free to build a new life. But is he gonna be a baker? Really? When his buddy inherits a decrepit bar and proposes they partner up to turn it into a...
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“An excellent book… When you start reading, be sure you don’t have to wake up early!”—Reader review for The Killing Game⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐A modest, Midwestern girl, Kaylie Brooks falls in love with a wealthy man who sweeps her off her feet and transplants her to a mansion in Palm Beach. But...
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