As I write, the experts are dissecting on TV the impact of the Budget just unveiled by UK Chancellor George Osborne. I don’t claim sufficient expertise to add to the acres of coverage it will already be getting. What I do know, though, is that the uncertainties in the economy have already led more and more people into debt.
As I have just uploaded my dealing-with-debt book to the kindle store, and as I feel sure that thousands of people could benefit from it, I want to ensure it gets into the hands of as many of them as possible. I don’t want the price of the book to be a barrier.
For an introductory period, therefore, the kindle version of “Back to the Black: how to become debt-free and stay that way” is available at a launch price of £0.70 (or $0.99 plus VAT). Go to http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004PLMAQM
For the sake of consistency, this promotional price also applies with immediate effect to the multi-format versions, including .pdf, that were already available in the Smashwords store (http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/22886). The price adjustments in both stores are already active.
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Reading eBooks on other devices
You don’t need a kindle to read kindle-format books! If that doesn’t make sense, what I mean is that if you read eBooks but don’t have a kindle, there is a neat piece of (free!) software called “kindle for PC”, enabling one to benefit from the improved readability of the kindle technology (and it really is) when reading on a PC or any other device. There is also a Mac version.
For a download link, just type “kindle reading apps” into Google.
To sample or purchase “Back to the Black: how to become debt-free and stay that way”, go to on of the following retail sites:
Other e-formats, including .pdf: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/22886
Note: unlike physical books, eBooks carry VAT (I don’t understand the reason for the difference). The price in dollars is thus $1.14 to include VAT, i.e. British sales tax, even if the book is bought via www.amazon.com . In sterling the £0.70 price includes VAT.
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