Portal to Visionary Fiction – Transforming Human Consciousness
Have you ever wished that you could preview and proofread your Microsoft Word (.DOC, .DOCX) manuscript on your Kindle before uploading it to Amazon KDP, or maybe find a convenient, low-cost way to ship your manuscript to beta readers for their feedback and have them ship their notes and highlights back to you?
Less than a year ago, my reaction to the above wishes would have been, “Yeah, right. I don’t have the time or patience to learn new techie tricks.”
Well, I have some good news for you. The following Kindle tips for writers are not only helpful, but also fun—and easy.
Kindle Personal Documents service makes it easy to take your personal documents with you, eliminating the need to print. You and your approved contacts can send documents to your device by e-mailing the documents to your Send-to-Kindle e-mail address.
You can e-mail personal documents to the following Kindle(s) using the e-mail addresses shown.
|Your Name||Your Kindle email address||Edit|
To prevent spam, your device will only receive files from the following e-mail addresses you have authorized.
|Put your personal email account address here.||Delete|
Add a new approved e-mail address
To learn more about sending supported file types to your Kindle, go to: Send to Kindle by E-mail.
To send your draft to your reviewers’ Kindles, they will need to add your personal e-mail address to their Approved Personal Document E-mail List. Then send an e-mail with your document attached to their Kindle e-mail addresses (which, of course, they will need to share with you) as outlined above.
The highlights and notes are stored in the Clippings file on your beta readers’ Kindles.
Here’s how they can share them with you.
Easy and Fun!
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