Friday, March 13, 2009

Your Books On Kindle

Last night I gave a presentation at the Hanford Branch of the King's County Library. Had a great group, asked lots of questions and bought a few books. The librarian had Kindle 2 and demonstrated it by purchasing my first mystery, The Astral Gift. It appeared on his screen it about 20 seconds.

I'm thrilled Billie has put my old titles on Kindle as well as my new one. I understand, there have been downloads of my supernatural romance, Lingering Spirit, as well.

If you have books that haven't gone anywhere in a while and you have the rights, by all means, take advantage of Billie's offer to put them on Kindle. Of course if you want to do it yourself, go for it. I'm just too busy to try and figure out how to do it.

Now, I have to be a bit more aggressive about letting Kindle owners know about my books on Kindle.

a.k.a. F. M. Meredith


Should said...

If you'd like to see what kind of savings you might accrue reading on a Kindle instead of printed books, try

Enter your Amazon wishlist or e-mail, and if you have a PUBLIC wishlist, it will break down the savings.

Morgan Mandel said...

Kindle2 is the next latest, greatest gizmo. Why not get your books on it?

Morgan Mandel