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message 1: by Sarah Jane (new)

Sarah Jane | 14 comments http://www.blogkindle.com/

An interesting blog about all things Kindle.

Do you have any other sites that you regularly check with regards to the Kindle? Besides the Kindle Store, of course!

-SJ


message 2: by Ernest (new)

Ernest (ernests) | 4 comments http://www.kindleboards.com/

A great place for Kindle enthusiasts. They also have a GoodReads group.


message 3: by Sig (new)

Sig Rosenblum (sigrosenblum) Sarah Jane wrote: "http://www.blogkindle.com/

An interesting blog about all things Kindle.

Do you have any other sites that you regularly check with regards to the Kindle? Besides the Kindle Store, of course!
..."


Just to second others: KindleBoards is top-notch in every way. Check it out.

Sig

http://sigrosenblum.7p.com/




message 4: by KindleKay (new)

KindleKay | 6 comments Oh yes...Kndleboards.com is a daily (twice daily) stop on my internet browser!!

FYI- we are 25 members away from out 3000th member...whoever is #3000 will get a t-shirt and a signed book by one of our author members!!! Stop by, we sure would love to have you...


message 5: by Sig (new)

Sig Rosenblum (sigrosenblum) It's exciting to see KB growing so quickly. Very well-deserved!

Sig
http://sigrosenblum.7p.com/



message 6: by Connie (new)

Connie | 15 comments Diane wrote: "Oh yes...Kndleboards.com is a daily (twice daily) stop on my internet browser!!

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I wish I could limit my visits to twice a day! I spend way too much time on there.




message 7: by KindleKay (last edited Mar 23, 2009 06:51PM) (new)

KindleKay | 6 comments (well, that was an ultra conservative estimate ConnieK! and I never said how LONG those stops are...)


message 8: by Connie (new)

Connie | 15 comments lol!


message 9: by M. (new)

M. (chellatrix) | 1 comments Got here from a couple recommendations on Kindleboards.


message 10: by Jen (new)

Jen (jenlb) | 50 comments I look at http://kindleworld.blogspot.com/ every morning. They've got a good list of freebies as well as news.


message 11: by Rosemarie (new)

Rosemarie | 23 comments Thanks for that link Aenea. I added several free ebooks to my Kindle through it and bookmarked it as well.

Here is one for me to share: http://www.ereaderiq.com/free/


message 12: by Kae (new)

Kae Cheatham (uppitywoman) | 37 comments I like Kindle Author. Interviews with authors and links to the books. Several posts each day. I'm also enjoying Indie Snippets. I've downloaded several titles based on the 200-word promo


message 13: by Sarah (new)

Sarah Elder | 1 comments Hey everyone! Come to lendle.me to borrow books from other kindle users! FREE! Just type in this referral code for me please! Z0GIMCCI
Thanks!!


message 14: by Jex (new)

Jex (jexball) Book on the Knob is a great resource to find out the latest cheap, discounted, or free books on amazon. Puts them in one handy list instead of having to search.


message 15: by Rosemarie (new)

Rosemarie | 23 comments I think http://www.ereaderiq.com/free/ is the best free resource. Updated hourly. I check it once a day.


message 16: by Regina (new)

Regina (reginar) www.ereaderiq.com is my favorite. I use it to track books not yet on kindle and price drops. It allows you to enter the book you want its system to watch, and then ereaderiq will actually email you and advise you of a price drop on a specific book or that the book you want is now on kindle. Love it.

Also, www.inkmesh.com is a great way to find free ebooks everywhere and a way to track prices generally for books.


message 17: by Dalene (new)

Dalene I have loved www.ereaderiq.com as well for tracking books. I listed a new release and indicated to let me know when it dropped $3, in less than a month I received the update and bought the book. I think it is awesome.


message 18: by George (new)

George | 8 comments Thanks for the above links, everybody. I've started a new group of links on my Firefox browser!


message 19: by Randy (new)

Randy Harmelink | 2930 comments This is an RSS feed of free Kindle books newly tagged with "apocalypse", "dsytopia", "end of the world", and similar items:

http://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.run...

You could edit that Yahoo Pipe to grab any set of tags:

http://iphone.pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/p...

I've set up a few of my own. The only drawback is that tags are physically maintained by readers, so they may not be accurate or up-to-date.

Here's a simpler example I set up for a "time travel" tag:

http://iphone.pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/p...


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