Amazon's new Kindle could be making advances towards not only being a bigger and more accessible bookstore, but a melting pot for new and hopeful authors as well.

Amazon's new Kindle could be moving towards not only being a more accessible bookstore, but a melting pot for new and hopeful authors as well.  The new Kindle supports PDF's, and Tom Martin wonders if Amazon could become a new hub of activity for budding writers looking to get their ebooks into the public consciousness, and eventually officially published.

He explains:

You see, I think Amazon doesn't just want to be your bookstore. No, with the newest Kindle, [Amazon link] they have set their eyes on a bigger prize. They want to cut out HarperCollins, Penguin and Wiley from the entire equation. You laugh, but think about it.

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