windows tabletAre e-Book and Print Sales Cycles Different? (GoodeReader)
Nielsen BookScan is likely the best source for garnering meaningful data on the traditional publishing industry and e-books. The company gleans its e-books data from companies such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Books-a-Million.

Five Sites to Help You Find Your Next Read (Ink, Bits & Pixels)
It’s long been said that readers don’t have a problem with finding their next book, but given the number of sites that have set out to solve that problem I’m not so sure that’s true.

Can a Cheap Windows Tablet Replace Your Desktop? (Gizmodo)
I have no idea how this bizarre combination of wires actually works, but at the end of the day my tablet had three full-sized USB ports, a monitor and a mouse and keyboard. That I can work with.

What Creative Professionals Do That Separates them from Amateurs (Lifehacker)
No matter the creative work you’re doing—writing, designing, composing, coding, or just brainstorming ideas—if you want to make real progress, it’s essential you treat your work not as a hobby or side note, but as a job.

Kindle Daily Deal: Romances for Every Taste (and others)

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