So many people like and use the Kindle format, either on a Kindle reader itself or within the Kindle app. I tend to read that way, because it can keep track of your progress in a book, sync with Goodreads, among other things. But the thing for me is, it doesn’t sync between devices – at least not for books that you don’t get from Amazon. And if you take part in ARC (advance reading copies) programs or downloads from Instafreebies or the like, then that book stays on the device you downloaded it to and doesn’t get shared with your other devices.
Which is why I’m happy to announce that Migration: Beginnings is now available on not just Kindle, but iBooks, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, and even libraries starting Tuesday, March 7th! The book is live in many of these bookstores, but get delivered to Kobo and libraries starting tomorrow. And as a special for libraries, I’ve made the books free. So if you’re interested in reading from your local library (many of which take advantage of the Overdrive reading app), you should be able to download a copy and read it from your libraries starting soon.
Hope this makes people’s Mondays just a bit better!