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Do you have Kindle ADD?

Do you have Kindle ADD? Adam Blumer I Meaningful Suspense.

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Formatting Your Manuscript for Amazon Kindle

A special thank you to Jill Williamson.

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THE 18 MOST POPULAR ARTICLES ON WRITING OF 2011

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Great Review of Fatal Illusions at The Suspense Zone

I’m honored. Check this out!

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Fatal Illusions: A Novel
Review – Fatal Illusions
Reviewed by Linda Wagner
Tucked in between the suspense and danger, Adam throws in some romance to lower the intensity of the scenes, while keeping your mind on the killings at the edges of your mind. It’s a fine-line approach that intertwines superbly.

What you observe is not always true.

Haydon Owens, a wanna-be-Houdini, had made four young teenage girls, each with blonde hair, blue eyes, and wire-rimmed glasses, disappear.  Wanting to change his life around and avoid police capture, he spirits himself off to a small cabin in Newberry, Michigan, where no one knows anything about him. Little did he know that he’d find another blonde, blue-eyed girl with wire-rim glasses that would enrage him.

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Hooked: Write Fiction That Grabs Readers at Page One & Never Lets Them Go

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Story Structure Architect (Writer’s Digest Books)

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The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing: Everything You Need to Know to Write, Publish, Promote and Sell Your Own Book (Complete Guide to Self-Publishing Everything)

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The Complete Handbook Of Novel Writing: Everything You Need to Know About Creating & Selling Your Work (Writers Digest)

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How to Be a Writer: Building Your Creative Skills Through Practice and Play

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How to Convert PDF files into Kindle Ebooks

Great info if you’ve wondered as I have

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The Kindle can display files in four different formats:

  • .TXT files (HTML files can be viewed if you change the extension to .txt as well)

  • .AZW files – Amazon’s own exclusive ebook format for the Kindle

  • .MOBI files – content formatted for the MobiPocket Reader

  • .PRC – These are the exact same format as .MOBI but were designed to be compatible with Palm PDAs

Odds are, though, that the bulk of the documents you have on your computer that you might wish to read on your Kindle are in PDF format. If you’re like me, you’ve got a lifetime of reading stored up in PDF files that you’ve been meaning to get around to “some day soon.” Adding them to your Kindle library would be a good way to make them more accessible, and make it far more likely that you’ll get around to reading all those files at one point or another.

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