Book Descriptions: How important are they? Well, they’re the first thing a potential customer sees, other than your cover.
Good morning from France! I have finally made it here and not only that, but I also managed to fit 25 books—including several hardbacks—between my checked and carry-on luggage and didn’t get charged a cent in excess weight for them. (The Aer Lingus luggage limit is 20kg per passenger excluding carry-on. My bag was 19.9kg and evidently nobody noticed that I was struggling to pick my carry-on up off the ground.)
Such is traveling when you’re still holding out on buying a Kindle and the selection and cost of English books out here is ridiculous.
But anyway. I have sunshine, reading material, a Nespresso machine and time to write—I mean, really? What more could a girl want?
Mark Edward’s Kindle sales would be nice. Setting up camp on the #1 spot on Amazon.co.uk bagged Mark and his writing partner Louise Voss what was reportedly a six-figure publishing deal, and their…
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