Can Kindle Singles revolutionize reading?
| Feb 03, 2011
The essay, the short story, the novella, and long-form journalism finally have a place to call home. It’s called Kindle Singles, and it’s Amazon’s latest program designed to showcase shorter works left behind by traditional publishers.
Amazon hopes it will bring new revenue streams and offer something neither Apple’s iPad nor Barnes & Noble’s Nook can – but will it catch on with readers already deluged with a glut of reading material and a half-dozen platforms on which to read it? To learn more about Amazon’s Kindle Singles, read the full article by Husna Haq in the Books section of The Christian Science Monitor.