Review of Henrietta Hexagon and the Triangles by Mandi Tillotson Williams (link to her facebook page) My kids are all in their twenties, but I have been a teacher, homeschooler and mom so I feel qualified to comment on this clever and fun children's book. It deals with adoption and "fitting in," and when you are … Continue reading How Do I Fit In?
Michael's further observations on the two devices: In May 2011 our son bought me a Kindle. Though we own hundreds of paperbound print books, this one device has almost completely replaced our entire library. Print books are just too large and bulky. All but a handful are now in storage. We use our laptops for … Continue reading Kindle Keyboard Compared to Kindle Fire
Our e-publishing journey now comes to the formats and how your book will look in each one. Smashwords has great information on this topic from a mechanics standpoint. As a previous post we made on the subject said, https://findleyfamilyvideopublications.wordpress.com/2011/10/19/the-hows-and-whys-of-e-books/ , although almost all devices can read the pdf format, consider that people might get your books on … Continue reading Part Three: Your Book, Where It Should Go, How It Will Look
I am interested in church history, especially regarding Protestants, and as soon as I saw this book I wanted to read it. I got the Amazon Kindle version on a 99 cent Cyber Monday sale after a heads-up from the author on Goodreads. It deals mostly with young adult characters and includes a number of … Continue reading Review of the Huguenot Sword by Shawn Lamb