kobo aura h2oRead Slowly to Benefit Your Brain and Cut Stress (WSJ)
The point of the club isn’t to talk about literature, but to get away from pinging electronic devices and read, uninterrupted.

Genre-Crossing Authors: An Interview with One Who Does it Well (Book Riot)
This year, I’ve seen a number of authors delve into new genres for the first time.

Review: Kobo Aura H20 (The Digital Reader)
The Aura H2O is Kobo’s second ereader to use the 6.8″ E-ink screen. Like its predecessor this ereader asks for a premium price, and like the Aura HD this device offers a value which more than makes up for the extra cost.

Amazon Allows Family Sharing for Purchases (GoodeReader)
While there have been band-aid solutions and workarounds for a while now, being able to share digital book purchases from Amazon hasn’t been possible… until now!

Kindle Daily Deal: Splendour Falls (and others)

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