My Book is Now on Kindle!

On a re-blogging role. I haven’t read this book personally yet but if the book is as great as the blog it i a must read for those trying to understand and survive the death of someone who completed suicide. God Bless this women for stepping outside her grief to help others.

My Bright Shining Star

My book is now available on amazon Kindle!! Trying to get the book to format right in the Kindle was a daunting task but finally figured out. (oh what a long story I could tell you about kindle formatting, but I won’t bore you with that).

Also the paperback and the kindle version do not show up on the same sale page like it should but is shown separately. I hope that is remedied soon.

Now, it is not as pretty as the physical book in that the pictures are not as big and sometimes the titles of the pics are on the next page, but everything else looks good. Compared to the way it looked the first 100 times I uploaded it, this is wonderful. However, a better thing about the Kindle, if you have a Kindle that shows color, (Kindle Fire HD, etc) the pictures will be in…

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