Saturday, September 12, 2009

Mobile Reference books are back

MobileReference posted in the Amazon forums last night, the following note:

Our Dear Readers,

Today 09/11/09 Amazon informed us that "We wanted to let you know that after further review, we will be re-instating your account and once again making your titles available on the Kindle store. We thank you for your patience as we work to provide the best experience possible for our customers."

We thank you for your support!

That's an UPDATE to the article on Amazon's decision to whittle down the number of duplicates of public domain classics, as some Kindle owners on the forums had worried that they would lose access to MobileReference books at Amazon.

Here are Mobile Reference Kindle books:
. sorted by bestselling
. sorted by "low to high" price
. sorted by avg. customer review
. sorted by most recently published
. sorted by relevance

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