Today, I received my first Kindle rejection letter from Scholastic.
In early May, I sent out a few letters to publishers and authors asking them to consider publishing some of their work in the Kindle format. Like most readers and Kindle owners, I already have copies of my favorite books and so my letters were geared toward getting my *favorites* on my Kindle.
Well, Scholastic sent me a standard form letter with a pithy reply.
"___X___ it isn't available at this time through Kindle."
Update - 2nd Rejection Letter
Links to stories/updates regarding the possibility of see Harry Potter series as an e-book.
- Harry Potter and his wizarding chums may be about to make a digital publishing leap.
- J.K. Rowling has not permitted any of the six Potter books to be released in electronic form, not even during the peak of the e-book craze a few years ago.
- Neil Blair, a lawyer from Rowling's literary agency, told Associated Press reporters Sunday that no Harry Potter E-Book editions, of the new book or of any works in the series, are scheduled for the foreseeable future.
- Harry Potter e-Book Scam