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Mar 20 2012

The next book you read should be…

Did you know that Greta Christina has a book, Why Are You Atheists So Angry?, available on the Kindle store? You should read it, it’s fabulous and ferocious.

If you don’t have a Kindle, you do realize there are free apps for iPad, iPhone, Android, PC, and Mac, right? If you’re reading this, you’re probably able to be absorbed into the Amazon borg.

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  1. 1
    Kevin, 友好火猫 (Friendly Fire Cat)

    I’m already part of the Amazon borg. I already have the book. I’m already on chapter 3

  2. 2
    sisu

    Gah! I’m waiting for the promised Nook version. Katherine Lorraine, are you loving it? The reviews have been so great, I am really looking forward to it!

  3. 3
    ivarhusa

    Bought it! Thanks for making it so easy. My first ebook, and on an Android. I hope I don’t go blind trying to read the ‘fine print’!

  4. 4
    RW Ahrens

    Purchased! I will now be able to read this anywhere, anytime, as I am an assimilated member of the Amazon Borg, Mac and iOS version.

  5. 5
    Thomas Lawson

    Such a great voice. Loving it.

  6. 6
    Glen Davidson

    Why would being lied to and about make anyone angry?

    What about it, IDiots?

    Glen Davidson

  7. 7
    Woof

    Anybody got a Kindle app for Linux?

  8. 8
    bubba707

    I would but I don’t do credit cards, strictly cash and carry.

  9. 9
    sisu

    bubba707, if you are ever interested, most banks sell prepaid debit cards that you can use just like a credit card. You give them the cash and they load it onto a card that you can then use. I actually prefer to do my online shopping with a prepaid debit card… reduces the risk of loss in case the website’s security is ever compromised. There’s usually a fee of about $5

  10. 10
    edmundog

    I, too, am waiting for the epub version to put on my nook. Can’t stand Amazon’s proprietary format bullroar. I really hope it’s out soon.

  11. 11
    Louis

    It has been bought.

    It will be read.

    Louis

  12. 12
    bubba707

    sisu, I’ll wait for the hard copy version. Can’t make margin notes on a ereader. Near ruined my tablet trying. :)

  13. 13
    grumpyoldfart

    Thanks for the link to the Kindle App. I didn’t even know there was such a thing. Now I’m off to buy the book.

  14. 14
    Olav

    Woof, there is the “Kindle Cloud Reader” (search it).

    I haven’t tried it.

  15. 15
    O-P-E

    As a fun coincidence if you search Amazon for “Why are you atheists so angry” you get two results; Greta’s book, and a Ray Comfort book all about how desperately atheists need god.

  16. 16
    Sastra

    Got it.

    I got a Kindle for Christmas. It’s kinda freaky how easy it is to collect a library now.

  17. 17
    niftyatheist, perpetually threadrupt

    Help! I have been anxiously awaiting Greta’s book and cannot buy it on my IPad. I have downloaded the kindle for Ipad app but cannot buy there and when I go to Amazon like Niftyspouse does for his popular fiction, it tells me that “this mobile application does not currently support kindle downloads”. Anyone have any suggestions? What am I missing? GAH!!!

  18. 18
    Woof

    Woof, there is the “Kindle Cloud Reader” (search it).

    I haven’t tried it.

    Aha, thanks Olav! Looks like that will do me.

    (For the Google-impaired, it’s at read.amazon.com)

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    niftyatheist, perpetually threadrupt

    Oh Jeez…finally figured it out. Got it!

  20. 20
    Tualha

    Hmm, I think PZ meant to say that there’s a free app for Windows. PCs do run other operating systems, you know. PC ≠ Windows.

  21. 21
    grumpy1942

    I’m using Windows Vista, and have Amazon’s Kindle for Windows app. It works really well.

    As a bonus,

    http://www.gutenberg.org/catalog/

    now downloads most of its titles in Kimble format.

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    allencdexter

    Thanks for putting me onto the free AP. I have purchased it and am reading it as I can. It’s great.

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