Myth: I can’t read Kindle books on my iPad.

Fact: You totally can. Any version of the Kindle app for iOS (iPhone or iPad), or any desktop Mac app version, will sync and display “Leaving Triscuit” beautifully. A “Kindle for Dummies” primer is here.

Myth: Kindle? “That’s discrimination!”

Fact: Rosa Parks felt discrimination. This is a story about… efficiency. Yes, Amazon is an obnoxious corporate megalomanic, and yes, they often have questionable business practices. But the reach from author to reader is pretty much unparalleled in the industry.

Myth: “Leaving Triscuit” won’t look the same without a Kindle.

Fact: My first enhanced eBook, “Pizza for Good,” displayed perfectly on any and all devices, and the same is true here. I’ve used the Kindle iOS app a ton and it works really, really well.

If you have any questions about how it works, drop me a line! Thanks for reading, AND for your reviews. 😉

If you haven’t seen the book trailer yet, you simply must:


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About Will Pollock

Will Pollock is freelance multimedia culture, politics, media and entertainment journalist based in midtown Atlanta. He is an author of two books ("Pizza for Good" and "Leaving Triscuit), with more in the pipeline. Will is a photographer, musician, content wrangler, curator and artist. He is founder and director of ARTvision Atlanta, which in 2016 will be celebrating 10 years and $60,000 in fundraising. He writes about politics, pop-culture and other nonsense on his blogs, and you can follow him on Twitter @bywillpollock.


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