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eBook Advice for Students

August 25th, 2021

SmartTips offers students advice for using eBooks this coming school year.


August 21st, 2021

FREE eBOOKBe the Real You…

The old building in a rundown part of town was a perfect place to find a body, but Joe Borland knows they’d never have dragged him out of retirement if it still had its skin.

It’s been twenty years since Borland battled the Variant Effect, and twenty since he let his partner get skinned alive. Now they are ordered back into action to meet a terrifying new threat.

The Variant Effect: SKIN EATERS is Available FREE at: Amazon, Google Play, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, Kobo and Smashwords.

The Variant Effect – FREE Full Length Novel
Download your selection:
ADOBE (pdf) ~ Kindle (mobi) ~ Kobo/Nook/iPad (epub) ~  Mobile (.pdb) ~ TEXT (txt) ~ BROWSER (.html) ~ LIT ~ FB2

New eBook Readers Arriving in 2021

August 20th, 2021

GoodeReader has listed all the new eBook Readers to expect on the market in 2021.

Onyx Boox Nova3 Color E INK eReader Reviewed

August 18th, 2021

Android Central reviews the Onyx Boox Nova3 Color E INK eReader.

The New PineNote E INK Tablet

August 16th, 2021

GoodeReader talks about the new PineNote E INK tablet and lists its powerful new specs.

Maryland Publishing Laws to Impact eBook Marketplace

August 14th, 2021

Publishers Weekly writes about changes to Maryland publishing law coming in 2022 that may impact the eBook marketplace.

Pocketbook Inkpad Lite eReader

August 11th, 2021

GoodeReader wonders if you’ll buy the Pocketbook Inkpad Lite eReader.

Amazon Kindle Oasis or the Kindle Paperwhite?

August 10th, 2021

TechTheLead compares the Kindle Oasis and the Kindle Paperwhite for your next Amazon eBook Reader purchase.

Free eBook Rentals at South Korean Hospital

August 8th, 2021

GoodeReader reports that a South Korean hospital is delivering free eBook rental service.

Kindle eReader Flaw Allows Hackers To Take Control

August 6th, 2021

Gizmodo reports on a Kindle eReader flaw that could allow hackers to steal personal information.