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The Kindle is the undisputed leader in commercial e-publishing. It is responsible for the transition of e-books from a somewhat unknown geek commodity to a commercially viable mass-market product, and it continues to dominate sales in most markets. The world’s largest bookseller, Amazon is synonymous with online book purchases to many, and this seems to have translated into spectacular Kindle product sales.
If you want to e-publish, you don’t want to ignore the Kindle market.
Amazon announced today that indie author John Locke has sold a million copies of his book, making him the eighth author to achieve that mark, and the first indie to do so. At one point Amanda Hocking seemed poised to be the first indie to mark that accomplishment, but some speculate that her lucrative commercial [read more]