If You Use The Audible App, Link Your Amazon & Audible Accounts

Users of the Audible app need to link their Audible and Amazon accounts to keep using the app on their Kindle Fire devices. There’s nothing fishy about this, you don’t need to be concerned about Audible having your Amazon account information because Audible is actually owned by Amazon. From the announcement email sent out by … Read more

Ebook Spotlight: Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance

Here’s a perfect book to take full advantage of your Kindle Fire’s color display. Frank Was A Monster Who Wanted To Dance is a picture book told in rhyme, with sly, funny illustrations and playful use of fonts mixed with pictures. Amazon reviewers have given it an average 5/5 star rating across 35 reviews. Publisher’s Weekly … Read more

Audiobook Spotlight: H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine

From Twitter: @MorganJ7: “What do we want?!” “TIME TRAVEL!” “When do we want it?!” “IRRELEVANT!” If you like that joke then you’re probably a fan of science fiction, and one of the all-time classics of the genre is H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine. While there are 19 productions of the story available on Audible, perhaps the best … Read more

Tips and Tricks: Check Out Kids’ Corner at Kindle Nation Daily

If you’ve got a Kindle-loving kid at home, you’ll want to check out our sister site, Kids’ Corner @ Kindle Nation Daily. On the site, you’ll find Free Book Alerts, reviews of kids’ and YA books written by kids and teens, commentary and news relevant to kids’ lit and kids’ use of the Kindle, and … Read more

Audiobook Spotlight: The Abhorsen Trilogy by Garth Nix

Garth Nix’ Abhorsen Trilogy is even better in audiobook form than it is in print, thanks to actor Tim Curry’s masterful narration. If you’ve been looking for supernatural-tinged fantasy with a female protagonist, or something appropriate for fans of young adult literature (recommended for grades 7 and up) look no further. The first book in the series … Read more

Survey Finds Main Use of Kindle Fire is for Reading

Interesting statistics can sometimes come from unexpected places. In its due diligence on researching Amazon stock in order to determine how to rate the investment, Citi conducted a survey of 1,100 online consumers. Some of Citi’s questions pertained to the Kindle and Kindle Fire. As reported on eBookNewser: 23% of respondents report that they own … Read more

Ebook Spotlight: Maria Murnane’s Perfect on Paper

If you’re a fan of ‘chick lit’ and have yet to hear of Maria Murnane, you soon will. Her novel, Perfect on Paper, was selected from among more than 10,000 entries to be published by Amazon’s in-house imprint, Amazon Encore. PopSugar Daily has christened Waverly Bryson, Murnane’s heroine, “the new Bridget Jones“, and since its publication, the … Read more