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The other day I was tuning in radio shows on the internet.  I happened to hear author Nelson DeMille on the Mark Simone radio show (WOR 710 AM out of  New York, NY).  You can hear the broadcast here. It seems Amazon.com isn’t being as open to writers and book publishers as one would think.  Approximately […]

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  One of the really generous things about my local library is their policy on borrowing both hardbound books and Ebooks. Hardbound books can be borrowed for 21 days and you can renew twice, online, with the simple click of a mouse.  This system allows you to borrow a book for two solid months before it needs […]

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There’s a rumor going around that amazon.com will be releasing a color EInk reader in the second half of 2012. The above video gives you an idea lok at how this color EReader might look. As far as I know, there are two coor EInk displays out there. Triton’s Coor EInk and a coor EInk […]

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Here’s a nice side by side by side comparison of the three top E-Readers. I own a Kindle Keyboard and really enjoy reading with it. (I don’t think I’ll ever go back to reading traditional books again.) However, the Sony has a lot of nice features. Sadly, you cannot move your Kindle books to the […]

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A few blog posts ago, I wrote about the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic and recommended a book written by one of the survivors. Well, since then, I finished a book of historical fiction which takes place during the time of the Titanic. And the Titanic figures in as one of the elements […]

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I recently bought a cover my Kindle. I didn’t think I wanted a cover, but after using it for almost a year, I decided to give one a try. Before I made my purchase, I did a little research on available covers. The Kindle Keyboard has a couple of openings on the left hand side that allow you to […]

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The 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic is only a few days away (Titanic sank on April 15th, 1912).  And for those who want to explore its history, I can recommend a free Ebook. The Loss of the S.S. Titanic by Lawrence Beesley is a first hand account from one of the survivors. Mr. Beesley […]

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I really love my Kindle.   I can take all my books with me quite easily. It’s light, portable, and the battery lasts at least a month! When I’m not reading books, my Kindle does a good job as a calculator, stopwatch, and gaming device (through the use of installed programs). When I’m at the […]

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