Hot New Kindle Books

The Whole Truth –Preview
In this “seven day old” kindle book, Nicolas Creel is a man on a mission. He heads up the world’s largest defense contractor, the Ares Corporation. Dick Pender is the man Creel retains to “perception manage” his company to even more riches by manipulating conflicts. But Creel may have an even grander plan in mind. Shaw, a man with no first name and a truly unique past, has a different agenda. Reluctantly doing the bidding of a secret multi-national intelligence agency, he travels the globe to keep it safe and at peace. Willing to do anything to get back to the top of her profession, Katie James is a journalist who has just gotten the break of a lifetime: the chance to interview the sole survivor of a massacre that has left every nation stunned.

  1. 8 Customer Reviews
  2. Sales Rank in Kindle Store: #4
  3. Published: April 22, 2008 by Grand Central Publishing
  4. Number of pages: 416
  5. Kindle Price: $9.99

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  4. Stone Cold by David Baldacci
  5. The First Patient by Michael Palmer

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  • Kindle In Stock and Ready To Ship

    If you ordered kindle in the past, you had to join a line and wait approximately two months for its arrival. As of today, the wait is over. Jeff Bezos announced today that “ever since we launched our wireless reading device Kindle last November, we have been unable to keep it in stock, and we’ve had to work hard to increase manufacturing capacity. Today, we’re excited to announce that Kindle is in stock and ready for immediate shipment.”

    This is great news for customers who have been waiting in line for a while not knowing when Kindle would arrive. Many have tried to gauge the arrival date by looking at past arrival time-frames, but were often missed the mark. Customers, however, were still willing to sit and wait for this beloved little device which seem to be getting more popular as we speak.

    Jeff went on to say that approximately 25,000 books, blogs, magazines, and newspaper have been added to the Kindle’s content library since it arrival in November and that over two thousand customers have reviewed the device. You can see the reviews on the product page.

    To get a feel for how well the device is selling and it long-term potential, you are invited to take a look at the just released letter to shareholders. This kind of information is not normally made available to the public, but Bezos is making it available for all to see.

    For many who’ve been are sitting on the fence, this may be the information needed to help make the decision to finally get the device.

    118, 899 Books, 17 Newspapers, 11 Magazines, 325 Blogs and counting…

    Back in November when Kindle first came on the scene, over 90,000 books were made available at the kindle store to the public. Today, there are 118, 899 books available at the kindle store and counting…Among them are the following:

    422,122 – Fictions
    5,710 – Mystery & Thrillers
    69,898 – Nonfictions
    6,923 – Romance
    5,667 – Advice and How-to
    18,795 – Science
    10,848 – Business & Investing
    8,078 – History
    4,780 – Politics & Current Events
    2,364 – Children’s Books
    2,817 – Literary Fictions
    3,848 – References
    3,629 – Biographies & Memoirs
    842 – Travel
    5,406 – Religion & Spirituality
    980 – Sports
    3,973 – Science Fictions
    1,914 – Humor
    2,216 – Fantasy
    2,974 – Computers & Internet
    3,199 – Lifestyle & Home
    1,643 – Parenting & Families

    That’s a lot of books…not to mention the fact that you can also get a ton of free books from various sources online

    Newspaper Titles: 12 – US, 2 – France, 1 – Germany, 1 – Ireland, and 1- United Kingdom

    Magazine Titles: Newsweek, Time, Opinionated, Digest, Atlantic, Fortune, The Nation, Forbes, Slate, PopMatters, and

    Blogs Categories: 32- Arts & entertainment, 17-Business & Investing, 10-Humor & Sattire, 67-Industry Focus, 45-Internet & Technology, 14-Lifestyle 7 Culture, 20-News, Politics & Opinion, 30-Regional & Travel, 53-Science, and 131-Sports.

    To see for yourself just hop on over to the kindle Store.

    How to Listen To Background Music While Reading on Kindle

    If you wish to listen to background music while reading on your kindle, you’ll first need to transfer MP3 files to your Kindle using the USB connection. For information on transferring files, see Tip For Transferring Files between Kindle and Computer.

    Note: Kindle plays audio files as background music only and does not function as an MP3 player or contain options to create play lists or organize audio files. When background music is on, it continues to play until you turn it off or open an audiobook.

    Playing or Stopping background music:

    1. Press the Home key to go to your Home screen.
    2. Select “Menu” using the select wheel.
    3. Select “Play Music” or “Stop Music” from the Home screen menu using the select wheel.

    Adjusting the Volume and Using Headphones

    1. Locate the built-in volume controls and a headphone jack on the bottom of the unit.
    2. Press the plus or minus volume buttons to increase or decrease the volume of the music.
    3. Use headphones for private listening (if you choose)… When headphones are connected to Kindle, please be aware that the external speaker will be disabled…If you choose, you can also attach external speakers via the headphone jack.

    How to Listen To Audiobooks on Kindle

    You can listen to Audio books on your kindle from Here’s how:

    1. Log on to
    2. Create an account or Log In, if you already have an audible account.
    3. Download and install the latest AudibleManager software on your PC.
    4. Connect your Kindle to your PC using the USB connection.
    5. Launch the AudibleManager on your PC.
    6. Activate your Kindle using the “Activate . . .” command under Devices in AudibleManager… This will authorize your Kindle to play the audiobooks you purchase at
    7. Use AudibleManager to transfer your audiobook to your Kindle.

    Listening to Audiobook

    After you download your audio book, a small speaker icon will appear next to the title of each audiobooks on your Kindle Home screen.

    1. Select the title from your Home screen using the select wheel.
    2. On the detail page, choose the desired audio control button using the select wheel.

    Among the available audio controls for navigation are the following:

    • Beginning: Takes you back to the beginning of the audiobook.
    • Previous Section: Begins playback from the previous section/chapter.
    • Back 30 sec.: Begins playback 30 seconds back from your current location.
    • Play/Pause: Plays or Pauses the audio playback. (A Stop option is not available.)
    • Forward 30 sec.: Begins playback 30 seconds forward from your current location.
    • Next Section: Begins playback from the next section/chapter.

    Adjusting the Volume and Using Headphones

    1. Use the built-in volume control at the bottom your Kindle to increase or decrease the volume.
    2. Insert a headphone in the headphone jack at the bottom of the unit, to privately listen to the audio book, the external speaker will be disabled.

    How to Effectively Highlight Your Kindle Content And Navigate Among Them.

    You can highlight text or take notes in kindle the way you would use a highlighter or pen on paper. Everything you highlight and note is also added to your “My Clippings” file that appears on your Kindle Home screen.

    Highlighting one or more lines
    1. Scroll the cursor to the first line that you want to highlight and press the select wheel.
    2. Select “Add Highlight.” from the menu to mark the beginning of your selection with a horizontal line. 3. Scroll to the end of the passage you want to highlight and press the select wheel…a box will appear around the highlighted passage.

    Removing a highlight:
    1. Scroll to any line in the highlighted passage and press the select wheel.
    2. Choose “Delete Highlight” and press the select wheel…The box will disappear from around the passage indicating that it is no longer highlighted.

    Adding a note:
    1. Scroll anywhere in your content and press the select wheel.
    2. Select “Add Note” from the menu that appears and use the keyboard to enter your changes.
    3. When you are finished, scroll to “Done” and press the select wheel.

    Editing or Deleting a Note:
    1. Return to a note and press the select wheel.
    2. Choose “Edit Note” or “Delete Note” from the menu to carry out the selected action.

    Viewing Your Highlights and Notes:
    1. Select “My Notes & Marks” from the menu to display all marks you’ve made in a particular reading. Each entry will show the location number, highlighted passage, and notes.
    2. Select Next Page to move through all highlights and notes…you can turn pages in this file just as you would in a book.
    3. Select a highlight or note and view the marked section in your reading by scrolling to the desired item and press the select wheel…to return to you previous reading location prior to activating the My Notes and Marks view section, press the Back button.

    more later…

    How To effectively Use Bookmarks On Your Kindle

    Even though kindle automatically saves your place whenever you stop reading, you may also want to add additional bookmarks throughout your content. Bookmarks are indicated by a half-shaded square in the top right-hand corner of the page. Kindle allows you to place a bookmark on any text, and you can find the exact place you marked even if you have since changed text size. Your bookmarks, notes, and highlights are automatically saved in the My Clippings file that appears on your Kindle Home screen.

    Placing a bookmark:
    1. Place the cursor at the top of the page you wish to bookmark and click the select wheel….Or… select the Menu option at the bottom of the page and choose “Add Bookmark” from the menu.
    The page is now bookmarked–notice that you now have a bookmark icon in the upper right corner of this page that looks as if the corner of the page has been turned over.

    Removing a bookmark:
    1. Place the cursor at the top of the page that contains a bookmark and click the select wheel…Or… select the Menu option at the bottom of the page and choose “Delete Bookmark” from the menu. The bookmark is now removed–notice that the bookmark icon in the upper right corner no longer appears.

    Viewing your bookmarks:
    1. Select Menu
    2. Select “Go to Bookmark . . .” from the menu. You will be presented with a list of all your bookmarks, each of which shows a location number, then the first line on the bookmarked page.
    3. Select the line corresponding to the bookmarked location reference.

    Navigating Among Bookmarks
    1. Place the cursor next to the progress bar (dotted lines) at the bottom of the page and clicking the select wheel…You will see small inverted triangles appear over the progress bar indicating places in the reading material that you bookmarked
    2. Use the Next Page and Prev Page buttons to move among them…you will be taken directly to the corresponding bookmarked page.

    more later…