Copia Releases First-Ever Contextually Annotated eBooks

NEW YORK, Sept. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Demonstrating a way for authors and publishers to make old books new again by adding fresh, relevant content, Copia ( http://www.thecopia.com ), the innovative social eReading platform and website, announced today that it is giving away two exclusive annotated eBooks: Pride and Prejudice, annotated by Jane Austen scholar Susan Fraiman, and The Diet Detective’s Automatic Diet, by Dr. Charles Platkin. And for readers transfixed by Joe McGinness’s controversial portrait of Sarah Palin in The Rogue, Copia offers a specially annotated look at another side of Palin in The Quotable Rogue by Matt Lewis.

Anyone using Copia’s free eReader will be able to enjoy new entries that appear in the margins of each eBook, side-by-side with the original text. Automatic Diet (Diversion) readers will find links to new strategies, statistics, and clarifications (not every workout needs to be 60 minutes long), as well as recipes and calorie reality checks.

For the complete article, visit http://www.marketwatch.com/story/copia-brings-the-footnote-and-jane-austen-into-the-21st-century-with-first-ever-contextually-annotated-ebooks-2011-09-27

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Regina Jeffers is the award-winning author of Austenesque, Regency and historical romantic suspense.
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