What if Readers Could Ask Authors Questions From Their Kindle?

That’s what Amazon proposed last Wednesday with its new @ author feature which is in beta release. Imagine as an author, receiving a question via Twitter from a person reading your book at that moment.

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Major NY Literary Agency Launches E-Book Operation

With the surge in e-book sales, agents are all trying to get into the act.

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The Evolution of the Book – From Scroll to Codex to eBook

A couple of weeks ago, the NYT Book Review had an interesting piece by Lev Grossman on history of the book.

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“Husbands” Chosen for Summer Pick List

Thanks to the Spirited Woman for including my novel in their list of twelve recommended summer reads.

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Publishers Solicit Non-Book Retailers for Help

With bookstores closing, publishers are approaching any store with a shelf.

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Search, Download, and Listen to Audible Books on Your Kindle

If you have the newest version of Kindle, you can even send books wirelessly to your ereader. How cool is that?

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New eBook on the Future of Publishing for $1.99

Check out an excerpt from Jane Friedman’s new eBook which was released today.

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Find Free E-Books and Audio Books

Did you know that there are millions of free books available that you can read on your computer, smartphone, tablet or whatever?

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The Effect of Cell Phones on Bookstores

I just learned that Amazon has an app for your cell phone that allows you to compare bookstore prices with Amazon’s.

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Predictions for Book Publishing for 2011

I’m attending a workshop this Saturday presented by publishing guru Dan Poynter. The following is an excerpt from his latest newsletter.

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