Yesterday I uploaded the final version of the D-Lux 4 book formatted for the Amazon Kindle. Today I received an e-mail message from Amazon saying they want to make the book available on Kindle, but first they need to have me submit some assurance that I am the owner of the electronic rights to the book. I replied quickly, giving them the number of my pending copyright registration case and stating that I own all the rights to the book. I hope those assurances will suffice, and that the book will be made available in Kindle form as soon as possible.
I had one inquiry today from a gentleman who would like to buy the book in electronic format, such as a .pdf file. I replied that it will be available on Kindle soon, and may be available in other formats as well.
Both Clenise and I feel very relieved that we don’t have to keep cranking out copies of the book. We both have plenty of other activities to occupy us, and even without printing, binding, and shipping books we’re both quite busy, so the switch to production by Lightning Source came at an opportune time.
I’m not sure how much more I will be adding to this blog. I probably will stop making daily entries for now, and may make entries only when something of particular interest happens.