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Big Distrubtors Duke It Out — And the Future of Books

Barnes and Noble as well as Books-A-Million fired warning shots across the bow of Amazon.com. It appears that since Amazon.com blocked sales of Nook titles, Barnes and Noble returned the favor by blocking sales of Amazon.com titles, with Books-A-Million jumping into the fray as well. What’s a little unclear is what all is banned by […]

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Kindle Version of Hunt of the Sea Wolves

The Kindle version of Hunt of the Sea Wolves is now available at: Amazon.com. Interestingly, the original color version becomes grayscale — because the Kindle is currently color blind. I expect that to change in the near future, but for now, a book illustrator must take a little care to keep the cover illustration contrasts […]

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The Tipping Point for Ebooks?

Manufacturers and publishers have been jockeying for the best positions in the steadily growing ebook market. Most publishers are now selling ebook versions of their titles, and some are selling in serious numbers. Amazon.com has expanded its reader/client base by offering aps that allow reading Kindle-format ebooks on iPhone, Blackberry, iPad, Android, and PCs/Macs — […]

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Thoughtful Review on Amazon.com

Richard Thieme’s Mind Games continues to garner good reviews. I found one posted at Amazon.com by J. M. Arrigo (who is, I am told, a professor familiar with intelligence operations). Here are some excepts: This extraordinary book of short stories draws the reader into multiple levels of reality and multiple dimensions. The settings are mostly […]

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