1. Different strokes for different folks. (This is why we’re so happy to be able to offer Kobo eReaders!)

    prettybooks:

    explore-blog:

    Ebooks vs. print across various behavioral categories. Children’s picturebooks are clearly lagging most palpably – here is Martin Salisbury’s thoughtful explanation of why.

    ‘Electronic or printed, it doesn’t matter: Nothing beats a good book.’ See more of the infographic over on mashable.com.

    (Source: explore-blog)

     
  2. We’re happy to introduce our partnership with Kobo—it’s a new way to shop indie!

    With Kobo, your ebooks are yours, so you’re free to read them on any device—including your smartphone, tablet, or Kobo eReader. Even better? You don’t have to choose between embracing digital reading and supporting independent bookstores like Powell’s.

    Learn more about Kobo: http://powells.us/VNpqAJ

     
  3. This is exciting! Get 20 eBooks (good ones, too!) from Harper Perennial for just 99 cents each during the month of August. And better yet, get them from your favorite Indie.

    (Psssssst.)


     
  4. For a very limited time, literary publisher Unbridled Books is offering 25 eBooks for 25 cents each! (Including The Singer’s Gun by Emily St. John Mandel!) If you haven’t tried a Google eBook yet, now’s a good time to start, since the cost of entry is… a quarter.

     
  5. Check out this extraordinarily cute and truly informative video from Green Apple Books, showcasing just how easy it is to buy ebooks from your favorite indie. Even a sock can do it.