Tag Archives: e-books

Back to something for something

The freebie Kindle edition of We All Fall Down is no more. The promotion generated a pretty impressive rush of downloads. I hope those of you who scored a copy will enjoy the novel. I also hope that if you liked the story, you will post a nice reader review on the book’s Amazon page.

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Re: Kindle

The Kindle edition of my new novel We All Fall Down just went live this afternoon. It takes its place on the e-book shelf alongside my first book, The Last Three Miles: Politics, Murder, and the Construction of America’s First Superhighway. Yee-hah!

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My approach to new technology is simple: when it appears in a Smithsonian display, I’m ready to give it a try. (Who needs CDs? Those wax cylinders sound perfectly fine if you just take care of them.) So I don’t have a Kindle, and I’m not terribly well informed as to whatever drawbacks are going to be remedied by the Kindle 2 that’s about to be rolled out. Perhaps some of my more tech-savvy readers will bring us up to date.

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