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The new iPad and the Free-eBooks.net experience

I was one of the lucky ones, week before last, and probably one of the last lucky ones too. When I ordered my engraved iPad (3rd generation) from the apple.com store on the 8th of March, my invoice told me I’d receive it on March 16th – the first day it became available in stores. Within hours, I had heard of the shipping times slipping 2 – 4 days to deliver on the 18th and 20th.

I won’t deny that I was excited to see what the all the hype was about. There had been talk of the

Happy New Year!

It’s 2012, and whether you believe the world will end this year on December 21 or not, you have made your goals for the year. While we at Free-eBooks.net are thinking about our own goals for the new year, we also like to reflect on what we did in the previous year and strive to improve or correct when necessary.

This blog was launched in 2011. In our newsletter on July 16, we officially announced the launch of eBookEnvy.com to our subscribers. This was a big part of making Free-eBooks.net more social than it had been. In the

eBookEnvy.com Author Interview Series – Arlene Radasky

Please accept our apologies – we know our author interview series has been missing in the last few weeks. We were working on getting a more interactive format going on our Facebook fan page. This interview serves as the first interview conducted via this new method. Incidentally, if you haven’t been to see our new fan page yet, now is that time to visit and ‘Like’!

Stay tuned to eBookEnvy.com and our Facebook page for updates on upcoming interviews.

 

This week, our own Jennifer Lynn sat down and had a talk with Arlene Radasky

eBookEnvy.com Author Interview Series – Jeanette Cooper

This week, we interview Jeanette Cooper, author of Desperate Choices:

eBookEnvy: Tell us a little about you, your writing, your passions

Jeanette Cooper: Like most young girls during my youth, my first writing experience began with diary writing. I kept a diary and wrote daily in it. It was my private world of thoughts—or at least I thought so until I discovered my siblings invading my privacy and reading everything I wrote. I was so upset, I destroyed my diary and not long after that, I began writing simple childish stories about things that I

eBookEnvy Author Interview Series – Jacobo Schifter

This week, eBookEnvy.com interviews Jacobo Schifter, author of Hitler in America and Love And Lust: American Men In Costa Rica.

eBookEnvy: Tell us a little about you, your writing, your passions.

Jacobo Schifter: I like writing and writing saved my life when I was a kid. I was born Jewish and Gay in a Catholic, homophobic society and I could not have my own voice as whatever I wanted to say was forbidden. When I left Costa Rica to pursue my University education in the States, I found myself in the middle of the Civil