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Jennifer Egan publishes short story on Twitter

I haven’t been entirely won over by the idea of Twittered fiction yet, but I’m glad to know that good writers are still experimenting with it. Starting today and extending for the next 10 days, The New Yorker will serialize … Continue reading

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Sterling Publishing giving away free Nook Color via Twitter

Sterling Publishing wants some free social media marketing to your Twitter followers, so it’s giving away one Nook Color to a randomly selected person who publishes a special tweet before 11 p.m. ET on February 25th: [“Three Seconds”] focuses on … Continue reading

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How Kindle’s new Public Notes could change the way we read ebooks

Someone else may have already noted this, but it took me four days to realize the game-changing potential of the upcoming Public Notes feature Amazon is bringing to the Kindle. If authors and celebrities take to it the way they’ve … Continue reading

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An overview of Kindle Twitter solutions from The Digital Reader

The Digital Reader has put together a short list of Twitter clients that play well with the Kindle. If you’re a Kindle owner and a tweet-addicted Twitterer, you might find them helpful. “Kindle Twitter client round up” [The Digital Reader] … Continue reading

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Booksprung is on Twitter

 Because I am a groundbreaking thought leader who pushes the envelope and thinks outside the box, I have set up a Twitter account for Booksprung. Actually, it’s been there for a while, but I just figured out how to use … Continue reading

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Can you use Twitter to sell books?

Everyone who writes or publishes wants to know how to use Twitter as a promotional tool to drive sales, and to that end the British book reading website Lovereading–sort of the ugly UK cousin to Goodreads, only with a smaller … Continue reading

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