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Here’s the Book That You Must Read Now to Make It Happen

Finally. It’s here. The book that hits the sweet spot for everyone who has a personal or professional interest in the ebook revolution from the author’s or publisher’s side of the equation. From a Guy who has made a very successful career of hitting the sweet spot ever since he played the role of Apple’s […]

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<strong>Amazon's New "FreeTime" Parental Controls for the Kindle Fire: Potentially Very Cool, But Right Now? Not Quite Ready for Prime Time</strong>

Amazon’s New “FreeTime” Parental Controls for the Kindle Fire: Potentially Very Cool, But Right Now? Not Quite Ready for Prime Time

By April Hamilton and Steve Windwalker (Editor’s Note: For articles like this one on Kindle Fire features, content, tips, and tricks, please check out our Kindle Fire at Kindle Nation Daily sites on the web and on Facebook.) Amazon is in the process of rolling out a potentially very cool new set of features that […]

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Publetariat Dispatch: What Makes a Critic Tick? Connected Authors and the Determinants of Book Reviews

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, we share findings from a Harvard Business School study about book reviews. A study of literary critics was recently conducted and the results have been posted at Harvard Business School’s The Working Knowledge journal. Executive Summary: The professional critic has long been  heralded as the gold standard for evaluating products and […]

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Publetariat: For People Who Publish!

Publetariat Dispatch: Thirteen O’Clock Australian Dark Fiction News & Reviews – Launched

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, author Alan Baxter shares a new site for fans of horror and supernatural thrillers. I’m very happy to be able to officially announce this new venture.  Myself and writers Andrew McKiernan and Felicity Dowker have put  together a new website, to fill a void in the Australian dark and weird  fiction […]

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From Kindle Kids’ Corner: Peyton H. Reviews Red Riding Hood by Sarah Blakley-Cartwright & David Leslie: “A wonderful read that you are sure to enjoy” before or after you see the new movie!

Just in case you missed our announcement of the launch of our brand new kid-driven Kindle Kids’ Corner sister blog, I wanted to share this morning’s latest post by student Peyton H., along with a link to the blog itself — http://kids.kindlenationdaily.com –so you can keep up with reviews if you have or know of […]

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