Michelle Isenhoff

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Kindle e-Books for iPad, iPhone & iPod – Guest Post by S. W. Lothian

Today I have a guest post by fellow blogger and middle grade author, S. W. Lothian. It’s actually an abbreviated repost of his March 28 content, which ties in nicely with my last post, Using your Personal Computer as an Ereader. You can read Mr. Lothian’s original article here, and check out his blog and his […]

Using Your Personal Computer as an Ereader

(Here’s where to find free Kindle apps for your phone, ipod/ipad, etc.) How to read ebooks on a pc is a topic that seems to be popping up around me a lot lately, especially from kids who do not own ereaders.  So it was time for a concise post on this subject. Yes, you can use […]

Indie Endeavors, Part 7: Why Publish ebooks on Smashwords?

So you’re thinking of self-publishing?  Jump into my how-to series… Part 1: My Eight-Year Journey Part 2: Tradtional vs. Self-Publishing Part 3: A Word About Editing Part 4: Cover Images Part 5: What the Heck is an ISBN? Part 6: Publishing ebooks on Kindle Though Amazon (Kindle) is the busiest market for ebooks, it is […]

Newbery Honor Books, 1990-1999

Here’s another batch of Newbery Honor books and links to where to find them as well as to my reviews. Asterics indicate books I’ve read but not reviewed. How many have you read? 1999 A Long Way From Chicago, by Richard Peck. * 1998 Ella Enchanted, by Gail Carson Levine. * Lily’s Crossing, by Patricia Reilly Giff. […]

Newbery Honor Books, 2000-2010

Here’s where to find Newbery Honor books and my reviews. Asterics indicate the books I’ve read for my ongoing Newbery challenge but not reviewed. 2010 Claudette Colvin: Twice Toward Justice, by Phillip Hoose. The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate, by Jacqueline Kelly. The Mostly True Adventures Of Homer P. Figg, by Rodman Philbrick. Where the Mountain […]

Reading eBooks on Your Personal Computer – PDF, EPUB, MOBI and JavaScript

Digital ebooks are capturing a larger share of the book market each year, and for good reason. Millions of titles have gone digital, and many new authors make their work available only in digital formats. Ebooks are widely available, highly portable and they cost only a fraction of print editions. And did you know you […]

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