You may have noticed that we Best Movies Ever was a little quieter than usual, but we were stocking up and getting our Kindle Store loaded up for the holidays. We were lucky to merge with another great Kindle Shop so now you can get all your entertainment eBooks plus much more in one spot!
Many of us are huge eBooks freaks at Best Movies Ever, and since we’ve already merged with another Killer Apps Store, we were lucky enough to do the same with another Kindle Store just in time for the holidays and after. Along with movies, I personally love biographies and books I think would make great movies, so each week, Jackie Warner will be giving us a top 5 or 10 eBooks that you should be reading or will want to read. Our new team are literally combing through and finding the best eBooks for Kindle that we all love and think you will too.
You can also click through on the banner on our pages along with our Holiday Shop we just opened that Miss Sashay and George Cando are working feverishly on to make your Christmas Holiday shopping less stressful. They’ll also be coming out with our enormous 2012 Holiday Gift Ideas for literally everyone in your family, friends, extended family and more! Last year they did a good job, but this year having so much more time, this catalogue looks freaking amazing, and it’s big plus free for all of you readers!
We’ve pulled everyone this week into helping get the store launched, but now that we’ve got a whole new team to focus on that area, we’re back covering what we do best! Thanks for your patience, and I think after you check out the new store, you’ll see it was worth it! Also, thanks to all you readers since we’ve been able to expand so much over the past year because of you. Keep those ideas and tips coming in.
One that I’ve recently finished is Damien Echols Life After Death which is rather appropriate after what he’s been through. We’ve covered the West Memphis Three guys for years, and this is a must read for anyone. Thankfully after enough hold-ups, Atom Egoyan has finished filming his movie based on one of the most tragic legal system injustices with Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth. I’m hoping the film does justice to what Echols, Jason Baldwain and Jessie Misskelley Jr went through.