It may be important to note a legal fine point here: the copyright owner, the author, the publisher or some other party, is the decision maker. My guess is that authors and small publisher who own book copyrights will opt to permit text-to-speech while big imprints will opt out.KindleKay said:I see...is the feeling that most authors will opt for the disable of the text-to-speech?
OHHHHH what she said!!! Perfect!Avalon said:AG is saving me money. Now I can focus entirely on free classics, that will easily switch from text to speech when I'm at the gym, driving, cooking, etc., and will let me get right back to my reading. Thanks, AG.
Although I am always polite, I am not sure why I should be kind. The AG has reduced the value of something I just bought by whining over a non-issue. Don't expect me to be a fan.