I subscribe to a few online newsletters, and one, the Kindle Nation Daily, had a guest who is doing a Blog Trot – he’s travelling through blogs doing guest blogs. I contacted him and he’ll be here doing a blog on August 4th. He asked me if I had a specific topic in mind, or if he should do an interview. Well, I was going to do an interview, then I thought about it some more, and thought I’d like to hear his thoughts on the Kindle and the disabled.
I confess, as I write this on July 12th, I have not yet read either of the above books, but with Claws priced at 99 cents for the Kindle edition and Claws 2 priced at $2.99. Good pricing for someone who hasn’t experienced an author before.
Stacey asked me what I wanted him to talk about, or should he just do an interview, with me asking questions, but I wanted his take on the whole eBook industry, Kindle and the disabled, because I really can’t deal with regular print books anymore. My audience here, I hope, are a cross-section of disabled, and non-disabled persons, so we can learn from each other. I’m not quite sure, as I haven’t received much in the way of comments on my blogs. I do know people are reading them… but maybe that’s because I cross-post it to my Facebook page.