If you read e-books on other devices and don’t have a Kindle, you might be interested to know that you can benefit from the improved readability that the Kindle technology delivers. Before I bought my Kindle, I downloaded the free “Kindle for PC” software and found it useful, because e-books on my PC became just a little bit clearer to read.
In fact Kindle now has a whole family of apps to allow you to read e-books on PCs, Macs, iPhones, iPads, Androids, etc: And they’re all free! (So I don’t get any commission for bigging it up)
A few years ago I hit a financial crisis. I had a business which, after five very promising years, had begun to stagnate. I had turned a blind eye to the problem and came very close to bankruptcy.With the help and support of friends and of a few professionals (one of whom happened also to be a friend) I was able to avoid that, and eventually came through the experience without permanent scars to my spirit or credit rating.
Later, I decided to write a book about the experience and what I had learned from it. My book would be written from the perspective of someone who had been there, had the problem and found a way out of it.
After spending a lot of time over the past two years trying to get a deal with mainstream publishing houses, I have now decided to self-publish the book. It will be available first as an e-book; later, depending on demand, as a paperback and an audiobook.
The e-book will be available early in the New Year. Its working title is “Back to the black: how to become debt-free and stay that way.” If you’d like to be advised by e-mail when it’s available, please post a response on this blog.