Since I first published my book in 2011, I have sold both the paperback and Kindle versions on Amazon. Each sells through a different venue: the Kindle version via Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), and the paperback book via Amazon Advantage. I never did feel that Amazon Advantage was a great deal for me as a […]
Do you read ebooks? I’ve just put Flight Emergency on sale, now only $4.95 on both Barnes & Noble (for Nook readers) and the Amazon Kindle Store (for Kindle readers and apps). That’s not much money for a lot of aviation fun! Why not give it a try and see what fate your decisions make?
What are your feelings about the ebook versus the traditional paper book? In a previous post entitled Entering Dan Poynter’s Global eBook Awards, I discussed my mixed views on the coming age of ebooks. Most likely there are some paper books that may never make it onto the screen of a Kindle and wouldn’t be […]
The giant online ebookstore Kobo is now offering Flight Emergency for sale as an ebook in epub format. In addition to using one of their e-readers, you may use their free PC desktop application or their smartphone or tablet app. Thanks to their cloud-based service, ebooks you buy from Kobo can be read on any […]
You can now read the eBook version of Flight Emergency on your Nook! You can also read Flight Emergency for Kindle. Coming soon: Apple’s iBookstore!
If you have a Kindle device or enjoy reading eBooks on your computer or mobile device with the free Kindle reading apps, check out Flight Emergency for Kindle from Amazon.com! The electronic format lends itself perfectly to interactivity, with plenty of navigational links for making decisions, backtracking, or jumping into different scenarios. For only half […]