Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Chic Inspiration eBook

http://amzn.to/1T2RQSR


I am excited to share with you my second eBook.  ‘Chic Inspiration’ is a compilation of favourite inspirational posts from this blog (both my own and reader favourites).  They are put together in chapters and I have tweaked and updated some of them.

One of my lovely chic readers in Singapore is not able to order Kindle eBooks (they are not available in Singapore at all, how bothersome is that), so I emailed her an advance copy.  She said it is even better than my first eBook, and I tend to agree.  I really, really love everything in the Chic Inspiration eBook.  It is also 70 pages long versus 59 pages in my first eBook.

And, I worked out how to install an interactive table of contents where you click on the heading to go straight to that chapter.  I’m rather proud of myself for that.

As with my first eBook, it’s priced really inexpensively so you can enjoy portable inspiration on your Kindle eReader, and if you are a member of Amazon Prime you can read it for free.

If you don't have a Kindle eReader and would like to read my eBooks, you can download a Free Kindle Reading App to your computer from Amazon.  I did this a while back since I don't have an eReader, and it's been great to be able to download eBooks that I couldn't have read otherwise as they are not in print.

You can see my Ebook and the link to download a Free Kindle Reading App on Amazon here.

A huge THANK YOU to those of you who downloaded my first eBook.  Amazon has sold ten times as many copies as I'd hoped to – so thrilling!

10 comments:

  1. Lovely! I'll go and find the iPad.

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  2. Congratulations on your second book! Wishing you great success!

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  3. I'd just bought a new novel and was going to start reading it over dinner, but your email arrived just in the nick of time for me to order Chic Inspiration and start reading it instead!

    Thoroughly enjoyable reading (as always!), and I just want to say - please don't be sad that your Nana didn't get to enjoy all the nice things she hoarded. She actually did enjoy them - having been through the deprivation of the Great Depression, she enjoyed opening her cupboards and drawers and seeing all those nice things there. It was the having them, the ownership, that made her happy. I'm sure she would also be very happy to know that your and your sisters enjoyed her pretty scarves and tops; to know that she was able to go on giving to you even after she'd gone.

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  4. Wow, congratulations Fiona..again! You keep surprising us, love and hugs!

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  5. Rachel,

    Thank you for your kind and thoughtful words about my Nana. You make so much sense. Merci to you.

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  6. Hi Fiona! So glad you are back to writing, I have always been inspired by your blog.
    Looking forward to reading both of your e-books. Congrats and thanks for sharing your insights with us.

    Rita

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  7. I printed so many of your blog postings that they're practically a book themselves, but it's so nice to have these little books in the Kindle app on my iPhone so that I'm never without your inspirational little pick-me-ups. More, more more!

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  8. I loved your book and wanted to let you know that I reviewed it on amazon. I also wrote a longer review on my blog which will publish tomorrow (at midnight here in the Eastern time zone of the US).

    Congratulations!

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  9. Thank you so much Michelle!

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Merci for your comment. Wishing you a chic day!

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