Ether Books, a literary publisher based in the UK, has just released a new version of their Ether Reads app. I’ll let them explain all the new stuff:
“Download the latest version of the FREE iPhone App from Ether Books!Ether Books has just brought out the latest version of their popular iPhone App with fantastic new design and functionality!
New features include the option to share details of your favourite reads with friends and followers on social media and email, OTA messages for your favourite writers and genres, and new easy reading features. We have also updated the one tap for ease of navigation when reading in the App and rearranged the order of scrollling by authors surname, tweeks which make this the best Ether App ever!
You can download the latest version from this link to access 100s of contemporary short reads from both new and bestselling writers from across the world – http://bit.ly/bpvC84
Ether Books.. making reading mobile!”
I’ve been working with these guys for a while and I believe they’re on to something. You may not ever sit and read a 300 page novel on your phone (or maybe you will, I don’t know) but if you’re waiting at the doctor’s office, sitting at a coffee shop, or just plain being lazy, you can grab a quick read of some of the world’s best fiction writers through the Ether app.
So, if you like to read, just go to the app store on your phone, type in “Ether Books”, and download the free app. Let me know what you think of it.
If you need further incentive, I’ve convinced friend and fellow author Rebecca Emin to give away a free signed paperback copy of her new novel, “New Beginnings“, to one lucky friend of mine. If you download the app, just send me a picture of your phone screen (push the front and top buttons at the same time) with the Ether app showing and you’ll be put into the drawing.
Free app, free book. What else do you want?
Let me hear from you.