Alternative ways for the non-Kindle crowd to get my book

Many of you have said that you don’t have Kindles, something I certainly understand.  It’s an expensive luxury (altho’ it is something of a necessity for the compulsive readers among us, the ones who will read cereal boxes rather than read nothing at all).  If you have a smart phone, a PC or a Mac, you can still download Kindle apps, but even that may not be a comfortable fit for you.

Just FYI, I’ve also published my book — The Bookworm Turns: A Secret Conservative in Liberal Land — at Smashwords, which makes it available in multiple formats, including straightforward pdf.  If alternative formats are what you prefer, check things out here.

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  • Charles Martel

    About time. I was just this close to taking a leaf out of the union book and sending a death threat to my local bookseller to get them to give me a Kindle.

  • http://ritestuff.blogspot.com/ Karl

    I don’t have a Kindle.  I downloaded the Kindle application from Amazon (for free).
    Since then, I have purchased a number of books online.  Their list price was zero, and that’s precisely what I wound up paying.
    I suspect most of your readers can download the application to their computers.

  • http://www.righttruth.typepad.com Right Truth

    You don’t have to own a Kindle or other e-reader in order to read this book.  You can download a FREE Kindle e-reader for your computer, that’s what I did.

    Debbie
    Right Truth

  • http://VocalMinority.typepad.com ericthered

    Just saw Tom Lifson’s plug at American Thinker. Congrats on the book!