Now what this means for you, dear readers, is that you can walk into a location and walk out that same day with a fully printed book in hand! Not ordered and wait – but you can start reading immediately. Formerly this instant gratification was only available at a very few select mortar and brick stores – or for ebook purchasers… and there are still some purests out there who enjoy the feeling of a book in their hands.
And there are NO shipping charges – how much better can this get? Even overseas readers can enjoy print copies of books WITHOUT those exorbitant shipping charges.
There are dozens of these machines already out there ALL OVER THE WORLD – and they are expecting that amount to more than double by the end of 2012.
Right now you can find EBMs in the following countries:
Today I received a Google-alert in my e-mailbox titled “Heart Transplant Recipient” – scrolling down was listed “Vanilla Heart Publishing is pleased to announce the public release of Forgotten by Chelle Cordero, author of Bartlett’s Rule. Vanilla Heart Publishing is presenting Forgotten in three formats; trade, paperback edition, large print edition, and ebook edition in hopes they can reach many underserved readers with this exceptionally well-written and professionally edited fiction novel. Forgotten is an unforgettable romance… Read more by Vanilla Heart Publishing on July 14, 2008“
Previously released as Forgotten, by Chelle Cordero
previous reviews of Forgotten said: “Forgotten is Hard to Forget” “The story grabs you from the beginning” “If you like Danielle Steele and Patricia Cornwell, you will enjoy ‘Forgotten.’“
So why is this story getting a heart-transplant and becoming His Lucky Charm?
It’s all in the name. If you go to Amazon.com and look up the name Forgotten, you get pages upon pages of titles using the word forgotten in myriad possibilities – Forgotten by Chelle Cordero actually gets listed several pages into the search which has made it difficult for readers to find the book by its title alone.