A few weeks back my first ever attempt at an eBook was published in the iBookstore, the Amazon Kindle Store, and at a handful of other eBook stores. The book is called iPad Insight’s Tips and it’s a collection of what I think are some killer tips for iPad users of all levels.
The book also includes some iPad app and accessory recommendations and the latest Paparazzi photos of my enormous Deputy Editor Dawg.
I’m happy to see the book has a 4 star rating in the iBookstore, despite a couple of negative reviews that knock it because the sample (the sort of try before you buy piece) is just a slice of the book’s introduction. I have tried asking the publishing company I worked with to get that changed to a real chapter from the book, but they tell me that is just not possible (which I find very difficult to believe). I’m also thrilled to say that I’ve received a few wonderful emails from readers telling me how much they enjoyed the book and how useful it was to them. Here’s an excerpt from one of those:
I want to tell you how much I appreciate this small but concise ebook. I have been mired in books about iPad for over two years, and suddenly all of my most pressing issues are resolved, with the guidance of a book of less than 100 pages. Since reading it, I have been able to manage my photos and wireless Internet with ease. I have struggled with network printing for ages, and suddenly I can do it with no problem. I can’t thank you enough!
I hope some of you may want to check the book out. I think it’s especially useful for newer iPad users.