make your tablet kid safeGiving Up the Quest for Literary Hipsterdom (Book Riot)
I knew the price would be exorbitant and unaffordable, but I wanted to prove to him the I was initiated. I hoped to demonstrate I was more than another wandering student or feigning hipster looking for a cheap copy of Ulysses or A Moveable Feast.

Does the Publishing Industry Discriminate? (GoodeReader)
A quick search of the Amazon Kindle store reveals over two million titles, both legacy and self-published. But a search for books tagged “African American” reveals only slightly more than 15,000 titles combined.

How to Make Your Tablet Safe for Kids (The Digital Reader)
Have you have recently upgraded to a new tablet and want to hand off your older model to your lucky kids? That’s a good idea, but before you do there are a number of steps you should take before you let go of that older tablet.

Richard Bach Calls Kindle Singles ‘Publishing on Skates’ (GalleyCat)
Richard Bach, author of Jonathan Livingston Seagull and Illusions, published a Kindle Single called Illusions II:  The Adventures of a Reluctant Student last week.

Kindle Daily Deals: Detective Jackson Series (and others)

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