Pick and choose your favorite topics, or subscribe to a single feed with all the news included.
Feeds are refreshed approximately four times per day.
Ancient News News, sales, and featured titles.
Announced Forthcoming books as they are announced and made available for pre-release
and Noteworthy New books as they arrive and are made available for purchase.
Scuff-and-Ding Book Watch Slightly imperfect books as they arrive and are made available for purchase at a nice discount.
How is this useful to me?
Checking all your favorite websites each day to see what's new can get to be a pain. So, many people
use a news reader (also called an aggregator) to get all their news in one place. RSS is a way of broadcasting headlines, as it were, for people who want to keep up to date on our latest developments and releases, and sales.
How do I use it?
The first step is to get a news reader. Many browsers, such as Firefox, have one built-in. There are many other RSS readers, and you may wish to learn more about the options. There is a list of readers at Google and Yahoo.
After obtaining your RSS reader, you can then subscribe to RSS feeds. One can often identify feeds
on web sites by a small XML button () or an RSS button ().
When you have opened the RSS feed in your browser and see the XML data, highlight the URL (address)
of that feed and copy it to your clipboard. Then, return to your RSS reader and follow the instructions
for your particular reader for adding a new feed. The URL you copied to your clipboard will be the
location your RSS reader will require to subscribe to that feed.