Morning Roundup: Amazon overhauls Kindle lineup, Brooklyn Book Festival; more
September 25, 2013 | 11:17 am
By Joanna Cabot
Five Ways for Authors to Handle Bad Reviews (Techdirt)
All authors’ hearts break a little when negative reviews show up on their books’ sales pages. But a book with lots of reviews has real legitimacy and gives browsing shoppers a range of perspectives, making them more likely to buy it.
Amazon introduced a brand new range of Kindle Fire tablet devices late on Tuesday that are powered by faster 2.2 GHz processors and are much lighter compared to previous versions.
Below, we’ve rounded up five pieces of advice from the discussion…
Once the current digital revolution took hold, a future focused on digital reading seemed to be a possibility. The education sphere, to be sure, was eager to embrace the portability, the durability, and–perhaps above all–the cost effectiveness of ebooks. Unfortunately, buying digital editions for public school classrooms isn’t as streamlined as it is for the general public.
Kindle Daily Deal: They Found Him Dead (and 3 others)