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Just a quick tip for those that aren’t aware: if you’re into eBooks, you might want to check with your content provider to see if they have an RSS feed. For example, eReader has a feed for Featured Books, New Releases and Current Best Sellers. I […]

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Just a quick tip for those that aren’t aware: if you’re into eBooks, you might want to check with your content provider to see if they have an RSS feed. For example, eReader has a feed for Featured Books, New Releases and Current Best Sellers. I previously used e-mail newsletters to stay on top of new eBooks, but an RSS method can provide information on a more “real-time” basis than a weekly newsletter.

A quick check shows that Fictionwise has RSS feeds for their eBooks as well; here’s one for Secure eBooks added this week. I’ll leave it to you to check out your eBook seller; in fact, if you find other retailers of eBooks that provide RSS feeds, let’s share the listings in the comments!

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  1. Another service that eReader offers that I use all the time lets you tag your favorite authors and they email you when new books are released. This is a cool way to make sure I always have the latest from my faves.

  2. If you are into audio books, the RSS feeds for Audible.com are all available at:

    http://www.audible.com/adbl/store/rssFeed.jsp?BV_UseBVCookie=Yes

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