Just heard from my efriend, Cheryl Rainfield about three new writing books available for free on Kindle.
- Portable MFA in Creative Writing (New York Writers Workshop)
- Robert’s Rules of Writing by Robert Masello
- Grammatically Correct by Anne Stilman
I don’t yet own a Kindle, so when I selected my free book, I had to first download Kindle for PC, then register it (all without problems). Within seconds, the books I purchased for $0 appeared on my Kindle bookshelves:
Now they’re there, ready references should I require them.
BTW, the bottom three came for free when I installed the Kindle. I’ve read all three, but I might check them out again.
Update: Apparently the Free sale has ended it. According to a reader, they’re now 1/2 price. Rats.
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