Saturday, June 11, 2011

100 sites for fiction writers: #12 - Kindle Nation Daily

This is an ongoing series looking at websites that can be of help to fiction writers with their craft and career.

Kindle Nation Daily

Kindle Nation DailyKindle Nation Daily is not a website necessarily just for writers. If anything, it's more of a site for readers. But hey, writers are readers, too, right? And writers are always interested in studying readers and finding out what readers want.

What kind of things can readers and writers discover at this site?

Well, if you are someone who likes to read a lot, and you are some who enjoys cheap reads, then Kindle Nation Daily should be just right for you. Of course since the site's focus is on the Kindle, it would help if you have a Kindle. But even if you don't, there's plenty here to discover about e-books in general.

For instance, do you like free e-books? If so, check out the Freebies list at Kindle Nation Daily. There you'll find lots of e-books that are available for free.

If you want cheap e-books, check out the list for 99-cent e-books. These e-books are not only cheap, but they've also been given quality reviews, so you know you're not getting just cheap e-books, but good cheap e-books.

Still not enough for you? What about e-books for children? Or how about a Kindle Shop where you can purchase a new Kindle, Kindle accessories and even an extended warranty for your Kindle? You could also sign up for the Free Weekly Digest, which once a week will shoot you an e-mail letting you know about new free e-books.

But the Kindle Nation Daily site doesn't stop there. There's also plenty of information to be found on the site, including tips for using a Kindle, commentary on the Kindle and e-books, news about Kindles, etc.

All of this is great for readers, and it's of interest to writers. But how else can this site be of service to writers?

Through advertising. Because of the quality traffic that regularly checks out Kindle Nation Daily, there are a lot of potential customers in the mix. If you are an e-book author looking to draw readers, you might want to consider a Sponsorship for Kindle Nation Daily. Check the site for advertising prices.

1 comment:

Charles Gramlich said...

I've been intending to check this one out but haven't.