Kindle Instant eBook Previewer

My fellow writer’s group member and friend, Jenny Roman, recently published an ebook on Amazon, a collection of short stories called ‘The Camel in the Garden’. Here is an interesting blog post she wrote which many of you may also find helpful.

Jenny Roman

Most of us are familiar with the ‘Look Inside’ feature on Amazon, where you can preview the first few pages of an eBook before buying. It’s a great idea – after all, in a bookshop you’d look at the cover, read the blurb, and then the next thing you’re likely to do is flick to the first page and read a paragraph or two to get a feel for the author’s style, and judge whether or not the story might appeal to you.

Now you can add this feature to your own webpage – you simply go to the Amazon page of the book you want to share, and scroll to the bottom right hand corner, and you’ll find a feature (see below, circled in red).

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If you click on this, it takes you to a new page where you can copy the URL for use on your own web pages.  I’ve…

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. julespaige
    Jul 12, 2016 @ 15:37:27

    Good luck to your friend.

    I do not buy much via the net. I have an e-reader…but it isn’t a kindle and I’ve never really bought a book for it, yet.


    • Libby
      Jul 13, 2016 @ 10:50:44

      I prefer a ‘proper’ book too, but do find my kindle useful, especially when going away as it is easier to take lots of books – it doesn’t do to run out of reading matter! Also some books I wish to read are only available as e-books.


      • julespaige
        Jul 13, 2016 @ 12:19:40

        Yes, I have a friend who is able to travel quite a bit and an e-reader certainly weighs less 😉

        One of these days I’ll figure it out. I know that some books you have to pay for but there is some way to also down load from the free archives.

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