Postertext creates book posters that you can admire and actually read. Each poster has an image silhouetted against the actual text of a book or story. Check back weekly for new posters.
According to the description, this “official U.S. Army field manual” provides hundreds of illustrations and techniques for tracking and exterminating those pesky werewolves. Uh, yeah.
This blog comes up with more appropriate titles for popular books, all in the name of fun. The irony is that you actually have to have read half of the books on the blog in order to get the jokes.
The new 6-inch Kindles are 21% smaller than prior models, get to 1-month battery life, along with image quality and other improvements. Choose 3G/Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi only versions in white or grey.
It’s our hero’s finest hour in Scott Pilgrim’s Finest Hour, the last volume of an epic tale of love, music and video games. Will he and Ramona end up together, or will he get killed trying?
Not only does the updated version of Amazon’s 9.7-inch Kindle DX book reader have a new case color, they’ve improved display contrast by 50%, and cut the price by $110 bucks. Ships 7/7.
This unabridged edition of Anthony Burgess’ dystopian masterpiece is now available in Audiobook format. Including a controversial extra chapter, it’s a must-listen for fans of the original.
Valentina Trimani’s brilliantly simple concept design combines the utility of a bookmark with low-voltage OLED illumination, so you can read your books while lying in the darkness of your bedroom.
If you’re into science fiction, you might want to swing by this brand new online magazine which features free original fiction each week, along with monthly ePub and Kindle editions for a small price.
Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver’s graphic novel re-imagining of The Green Lantern is now available in this 224-page slipcased hardcover edition with all the juicy green bits in one place.
How can you resist a book where the plot centers on bloggers ruling the world in a zombie-infested post-apocalyptic 2039? You’ve got to love the bloody RSS feed icon on the book cover.