From March 21 until March 25, Your Poetry eBook: Quick and Easy Formatting for Kindle, is available for free as a Kindle book on Amazon.com. This newly released book is a step-by-step guide by D.L. Lang, available just in time for UN World Poetry Day.
Online PR News – 07-March-2013 – San Rafael, CA – March 21st is UN World Poetry Day. April is National Poetry Month in the US. April's also National Poetry Writing Month. What better time than now to acheive those poetic dreams? Here to help is a newly released poetry writing reference ebook entitled Your Poetry eBook: Quick and Easy Formatting for Kindle. The book is available exclusively on Amazon.com, and the author is offering it for free from March 21 until March 25, 2013.
"By writing this book, I hope to encourage other poets to put their work out there. I think when one poet succeeds, it helps brighten the path to success for other poets. I'm giving the book away in the hopes that poets who might otherwise not be able to afford a book on the subject will gain some knowledge and benefit from it," says D.L. Lang, author of Tea & Sprockets: A Modern American Poetry Book. "It is easier than than most people think to get the average poem to be Kindle ready. My latest book is a guide on how to perform simple poetry formatting in Microsoft Word, and then tweak the necessary elements using HTML. I am sharing the process that I used on my own book, Tea & Sprockets, and if I can do it, then anyone can."
Your Poetry eBook: Quick and Easy Formatting for Kindle contains a step-by-step guide to get your manuscript ready for Kindle, techniques to avoid unintended line indentions and spacing, explanations of simple HTML coding, as well as the author's advice on pricing, categorization, and steps to take prior to publication and afterwards. From March 21 until March 25, it is available for free as a Kindle book on Amazon.com.
Find the book here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BM67BYY
D.L. Lang is the author of the best-selling poetry book, Tea & Sprockets: A Modern American Poetry Book. She is best known for her films The Hebrew Project and Liquid Wind and her singles “Last Chance Disaster” and “Wilderness” as Tranquoizier. She lives in Marin County, California with her husband, where they enjoy copious amounts of Judaism, nature, and indie music. Lang also has a great fondness for penguins, studying history, and unlocking genealogical discoveries.