Today the people at Amazon.com sent me an e-mail message saying they have published my book about the Leica D-Lux 4 book on the Kindle. It took a bit longer than I expected, but now it is available, though I had some trouble finding it in searches. One issue is that the Kindle edition is not linked to the print edition, so you have to search for the two editions separately. I’m hoping that will automatically be fixed, but if it isn’t, I will send a message to Amazon asking that they be linked.
Not much else to report right now. It’s somewhat quiet at home without all the hubbub of printing and binding books, but I have to say that, as of now, I don’t miss it, though I’m glad we did it. I know Clenise is glad that phase is over, because now she has time to work on her own tax preparation business. She has various webinars to listen to and lots of IRS information to read, as well as estimated payments to prepare for clients, so she can finally catch up on a lot of her own work. And I am trying to move on to some other projects, while still, of course, monitoring sales and progress of the Leica D-Lux 4 book.