This song takes me back a few years. Okay, a few decades.
Written by Shel Silverstein and performed by The Irish Rovers.
I have to admit it’s a little thing.
But sometimes the little things are nice.
The local public library just added my novel, The Outer Rims, to their collection.
Amazon has just started a “Kindle Unlimited” feature in their store.
For one price ($9.99 per month) you have access to over half a million books. Read as many as you want!
It’s kind of a Netflix for books.
While this is not a new business model, Amazon is certainly the biggest dog in the marketplace to try this approach. I think the key to their success will be the quality of the books they offer.
As a writer I’m interested in how this approach will work out and if it will become a standard way to distribute books.
If you think you might be interested, let me know and I’ll send you a copy of the ebook through the Kindle store.
The book is a description of how I use Evernote in writing blogs, books, children’s books, novels, and screenplays.
Evernote is just a tool but it’s a very useful tool.
Honest reviews are important in marketing ebooks on Amazon and I wanted to make this offer available to those who follow my blog. Click on the “CONTACT” link at the top right of this page and I’ll send a copy of the book to the email address you indicate.
I think of Bob Hope as a vaudeville comedian and Bing Crosby’s partner in several Road movies. James Cagney played a series of tough guys in a series of movies in the 30’s but I remember him as the captain of a ship in Mr. Roberts. But two men had other talents. They could dance.
The Nicholas Brothers come in at about the 1:30 mark on this video.
Be sure to check them out.