Category Archives: Kindle

Summer Hot

No, it´s not exactly the weather. But they (all the experienced Kindle authors) say July is the slowest month of the year so I leant back and expected fewer sales. Perhaps there are, but “The Cosy Knave” has not suffered, … Continue reading

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Amazon, Your One and Only…

I don´t know about readers of ebooks, but I know kdp select is the buzzword among writers this week. The idea is that writers who publish via Kindle Direct Publishing can choose to join Kindle Owners´ Lending Library and get … Continue reading

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>E-Book Resources

> You probably remember that I bought a Kindle e-reader in November. I do enjoy my gadget, but I still read more printed books. I read 8-10 crime novels per month, and my principle is that I go for the … Continue reading

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>Laura Wilson, Dying Voices (2000)

> This British thriller is the author´s second stand-alone. Young Dodie Blackstock´s mother was kidnapped in 1976 when Dodie was eight years old. Her father refused to pay ten million pounds to get her back, and when he agreed to … Continue reading

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>Kindling your Curiosity

>Yes, I have received my new gadget. I ordered my Kindle Wireless Reading Device, Wi-Fi, latest generation Friday and held it in my hand Monday afternoon.(No picture as I am not writing this post from home). Yes, I have bought … Continue reading

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>Why I Went Over to the Dark Side

>I have thought about this for a few weeks, and yesterday I finally did it. I ordered that Kindle e-reader from Amazon. Some reasons for wanting an e-readerAs I read more and more British and American books, I want to … Continue reading

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