News: DRM, Kingston Wi-Drive and Amazon Content

We’ve written about the Kingston Wi-Drive before, and our Editor in Chief April L. Hamilton has spent some time bench testing the device specifically to see how well it works with the Kindle Fire. Her findings are that the device works just as advertised with the Kindle Fire and iPad where non-DRM content is concerned: … Read more

All 7 Harry Potter eBooks Now Available in Kindle Owners’ Lending Library

Harry Potter fans, rejoice! All 7 Harry Potter books have now been added to the Kindle Owners Lending Library, which makes them FREE to borrow at a rate of one per month to all Kindle owners who have registered for Prime membership! Better still, the books are being made available in multiple languages! From Amazon’s … Read more

Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 Launches With Wild

Oprah Winfrey has taken up the book club mantle once again, and her first pick is Wild: From Lost To Found On The Pacific Crest Trail. To get more information about participating in the new book club, view Oprah’s notes, read an author interview and more, click here. To purchase a special, Oprah’s Book Club Kindle … Read more

Announcing Our New, Categorized, Sortable Instant Video and Kindle Newsstand Lists!

If you check above this post, you may notice there are two new items in the Find Fire Content menu ribbon: Videos and Newsstand. Video Lists Under Videos you’ll find sortable, categorized lists of Movies and TV programming, including lists showing only free videos and lists showing only Prime videos. You can sort the lists … Read more

Meet the Editor!

We’re happy to introduce Fire on Kindle Nation Daily’s Editor in Chief, April L. Hamilton: author, publishing agitator, member of the Association of Independent Authors Board of Directors, and founder and Editor in Chief of We offer this introductory interview, to help you get better acquainted with our intrepid “woman behind the curtain”. Fire on … Read more

Amazon vs. Apple And The Agency 5: Let’s Get The Facts Straight

This is a cross-posting of an editorial from April L. Hamilton’s Indie Author Blog. Given that anyone who reads my blog is an author, publisher, or otherwise involved in the book business, I don’t think I need to trouble myself with recounting every detail of how the U.S. Department of Justice came to charge Apple, … Read more

Breaking News: Partial Settlement in Apple, Agency 5 Antitrust Suit

Bloomberg News is reporting that when the U.S. Justice Department officially moved to file suit against Apple and the “Agency 5”, all but Apple and one of the publishers named in the suit negotiated a settlement. From Bloomberg: The U.S. sued Apple Inc. (AAPL), Hachette SA, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin and Simon & Schuster in New … 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