This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about Amazon trying to get independent bookstores to sell Kindles, ereader accessability, the myth of female-dominated YA authorship, Mackenzie Bezos’ 1-star review, an inside look at the Booker Prize process, new books, and more. This week’s episode is sponsored by
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Links discussed in the show:
Indie bookstores can now sell Amazon Kindles, get a 10% commission on future Kindle books sold
In continuing Amazon news: Bad job, Mackenzie Bezos
Coalition of Ereader Manufacturers files request to be exempt from federal law that mandates electronic devices have assistive technology for people with disabilities
Stat corner: A closer look at the NYT YA bestseller list
Goodreads Choice Awards nominees
Confessions of a Booker Prize Judge
Riot reader Jeff Montgomery wrote a song about bookish girls
New books discussed in the show:
by Laura van den Berg The Isle of Youth
by Ronald Frame Havisham
Bellman & Blackby Diane Setterfield
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