Monday, 10 October 2011

Reading without Kindle

If you want to read my Jack Scott mysteries without buying a Kindle e-reader, there's another way.

Log on to Amazon, and download the free programme Kindle for PC. That enables you to read the books on a PC or laptop. Once you've bought the books (£1.14 each) they are archived, which means if accidents happen and they're lost you can always download them again, free.

Have fun. 

1 comment:

  1. Hello John - my son is actually trying to persuade me to buy a Kindle, and I probably will as they drop in price. I'd prefer to read your books that way than on a PC I think.
    I actually managed to get a copy of your "Practical Short Story Writing" from Amazon. I don't think it's currently in print, but they seem to have a good database of used books. I really mean it when I say it's one of the most useful books on the subject that I've come across.