TechCrunch suggests six gifts for the eBook readers in your life. (Yes. We’re heading into that time of year again …)
Category: Affordable eBooks
Online book sellers and authors offering affordable options for eBook readers.
The following websites offer a wide selection of Free eBook titles from the classics, to contemporary, and non-fiction. Bookmark these pages! Manybooks.net This has become a favorite with thousands of free titles in a wide variety of trouble-free formats. GetFreeeBooks.com Just what it says. A huge selection. Project Gutenberg Their mission statement: to encourage the creation …
The eBook-Reader.com reports that Kindle Personal Documents will now be sent in KFX Format.
Publishers Weekly takes a look at the book printing industry post-Covid. Apparently, legacy publishing’s attempts to price eBooks out of the competition may not be enough to win the game in the long run. There are too many positives to digital books and the consumers know it.
Dignited walks us through the steps of “gifting” someone a Kindle ebook.
New Horror from Indie Author G. Wells Taylor! WELCOME TO THE ZONE BETWEEN THE DOUBLE-HYBRID CRAZY caused total madness on a global scale. Its toxic effects drove the population to extreme acts of violence and destruction that destroyed everything—except the Double-Hybrid. The infection still haunts the ravaged landscape despite a decade passing since survivors first …
A press release posted by Digital Journal shows that eBook-Reading App use for mobile devices will expand into 2030.
The Verge reports that the Internet Archive can no longer scan and loan out eBooks. News on the court case at the link.
According to a CP24 story, libraries in Ontario, Canada, want a province-wide digital library system to ensure equal access to books. (Again, the effects of legacy publishers price-gouging …)
eBooks.com writes about its eBook Reader App for Android and iOS. Specs and download instructions at the link.