Frank Fiore – Novelist & Screenwriter

February 27, 2011

CYBERKILL 3.0 – Sharing Your Reading Experience

Filed under: CyberKill,On Writing — Frank Fiore @ 11:34 AM

Half the fun of a good book is sharing it with friends.

The Books 3.0 feature of ‘rapid share’ allows the reader to send exciting passages of CyberKill 3.0 to friends, reading groups, study groups or family members with a single click.

For example, a reader might find a piece of information in the book that they would like to share with someone of common interest. A far out example would be someone who is involved in an anthropological dig  and a friend reading a Books 3.0 novel comes across a passage that their friend would fins either interesting or informative. A simple click with Rapid Share and that information can be sent to him instantly.

With Rapid Share the reader can share their excitement instantly without leaving the story. Just highlight a section of text or select a paragraph to share, and then a single tap allows the reader to send the passage to anyone via integrated email or Twitter, leave reviews on popular sites such as Amazon and Goodreads, or visit the personal forum of the author.

You can check out an example of Rapid Share here.

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