The book about the Panasonic Lumix LX5 camera is selling fairly well. Actually, it may be selling somewhat better as an e-book for download than as a physical paperback. It is getting a reasonably good sales rank on Amazon.com for the Kindle version, which just started selling yesterday, and it is still selling some PDF copies. The newest book, the one about the Leica D-Lux 5, has started selling fairly well in PDF, which is the only version available right now. The last time I checked with the printer, Lightning Source, the files for the printed D-Lux 5 book were still in “premedia,” meaning the technicians are checking the files to make sure they meet all the required standards before the book can actually be printed. That process should take no more than another day or two, unless a problem is found with the files.
Today I noticed that the Lumix LX5 book is also selling in a Kindle version in the U.K., on Amazon.co.uk. There are separate sales of Kindle versions on the US and UK Amazon sites, for some technical reason; a US Amazon user apparently can’t purchase a Kindle version from the UK site, and vice-versa. Anyway, Amazon still has not linked the print editions to the Kindle editions; their help system says to give them 48 hours to make those links, and then let them know of the issue. I’ll send them a message tomorrow if the links have not yet been made.
For now, here is the link to the LX5 Kindle edition in the UK, for any readers in the UK who would like to purchase that edition of the LX5 book.
I’m also in the process of getting ready to switch my web site and this blog over to a WordPress-based system, which I hope will be easier for me to maintain. So, if you see the web site take on a very different appearance in the near future, that will be the reason.