Now at the turn of the year, The Call of the Land has become available as an ebook. Readers can obtain the book instantly on Amazon.com for use on their popular Kindle reader, or also order the book as a traditional paperback.
For ebooks that depend on other formats, readers can now download The Call of the Land from OmniLit. You will, however, have to enter the title of the book and the author’s name — Steven McFadden — into the OmniLit search window when you get to the site.
Meanwhile, Barnes & Noble has The Call of the Land for sale online in paperback, Any day now the book will also be available formatted for the Nook, their ebook reader
According to industry news source CNET, Amazon.com recently released their annual post-Christmas statement on holiday sales, and made one thing clear: ebooks are coming on big time, taking a progressively larger share of the market..
“We are grateful to our customers for making Kindle the most gifted item ever in our history,” said Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos.
In another milestone for the e-reader, the company noted that on Christmas Day 2009, for the first time ever, Amazon customers bought more Kindle books than physical books.
Ebook readers are becoming increasingly popular, reaching critical mass.