Editor’s Ebook Pick: Grabarchuk Puzzlebooks

If you’re a fan of puzzles and brainteasers, you’ll want to try the Grabarchuk series of puzzle books. I’ve just tried my hand at  Puzzlebook: 103 Puzzle Quizzes and Puzzlebook: 101 Puzzle Quizzes, and can tell you these puzzles are quick, fun and addictive. The collections include puzzles based on pattern recognition, spatial reasoning, word … Read more

Instant Video Spotlight: Editor’s Picks For Offbeat, Cliche-Free Rom-Coms

In general, I am not a fan of the Romantic Comedy genre of films. Taken as a group, I find them to be too predictable, too pat, and filled with too many cliches and coincidences to be remotely believable or relatable. But every now and then, an exceptional gem comes along to buck the trend … Read more

Editor’s Instant Video Picks: Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, Attack the Block

If you’re a fan of the comedy-horror genre (Shaun of the Dead, Zombieland) then you’re in for a treat with the hilarious Tucker & Dale vs. Evil. Tucker and Dale aren’t the sharpest tools in the shed, but they’re a decent couple of small town guys looking to spend a peaceful weekend starting to fix up the … 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 Publetariat.com. We offer this introductory interview, to help you get better acquainted with our intrepid “woman behind the curtain”. Fire on … Read more

Editor Audiobook Pick: Michael Caine’s Memoir, The Elephant To Hollywood

(Psst! Audible members, at the end of this post there’s a link to a full cast performance of The Importance of Being Earnest that’s being offered free to Audible members all this month!) I’ve never been one to watch or read celebrity gossip tabloids, and I don’t care for any of those B-list celebrity reality … 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

Amazon Announces Intent To Start Slashing Kindle Book Prices In Wake Of Antitrust Settlements

Yesterday the New York Times reported: As soon as the Department of Justice announced Wednesday that it was suing five major publishers and Apple  on price-fixing charges, and simultaneously settling with three of  them, Amazon announced plans to push down prices on e-books. The price  of some major titles could fall to $9.99 or less from … Read more