Sunday, April 10, 2011

Just a temporary alert to RSS readers about revised Free Kindle Books guide Revision

The Free Kindle Books guide
has been revised to remove log notes (which had made it hard to read and repetitive) and to explain the features better.  Google Reader doesn't recognize an older post that has been revised with a current date, so this will let you know there's a large revision. Below are ways to Share this post if you'd like others to see it.
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  1. Hi,

    Clinking on link for books that are not Kindle books,but would like it to be a Kindle book-is this a waste of time?


  2. Kim,
    Where are you clicking on non-Kindle books? There are ways to convert certain types of books to Kindle books but you're not giving any information on the page you were on or the shop or whatever.

  3. I was talking about books that are not in a kindle format.A book that sells on Amazon as a paperback,hard copy.There is a link to click on that ask if you would like to read this in Kindle-to let publishers know.
    That was my question if that request is a waste of time....



  4. Ah, thanks Kim.
    I was thinking ePub format or some other format.

    From what people on the forums say, it's not a waste of time. It probably helps to have others who share your interest in a Kindle version also click on it. The Amazon Kindle forumners often ask others for help on it.

    Good luck on it! At the least, Amazon is said to forward such requests to the publishers.


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