You've got a Paperwhite e-reader from Amazon. Now learn to use it to the max.
You'll see how to quickly set up your Paperwhite, navigate the touch-screen and buy, borrow, and browse the world's largest library of digital books. This course demystifies the Paperwhite and shows step-by-step how to master the Kindle basics, including secret tips, tricks and shortcuts you won't find elsewhere.
You'll follow along as Amazon guru Steve Weber demonstrates how to:
So what are you waiting for? Let's get started right now. This course is guaranteed. You can use it for 30 days, and if you're not 100% satisfied, you get a full refund.
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Meet instructor Steve Weber and see an overview of the topics you'll learn in this course.
I'm Steve Weber, publisher of Kindle Buffet dot com, where I post a daily list of five-star Kindle books offered free that day. I also have a book called "Kindle Buffet," one of my several nonfiction tomes about bookselling and collecting, publishing, authorship, book marketing, and social media.
In college I studied Journalism -- BS, 1987, West Virginia University. I was pretty green back then, and I figured a career in newspapers was just the ticket for a guy such as myself who enjoyed writing but had no ideas of his own.
After working several years as a reporter and editor, I started a home-based business selling used and collectible books online (mainly on Amazon). Five years later, I wrote my first book based on that experience: "The Home-Based Bookstore." It's a short book but it took me a long time to write it. .
Recently I've been fascinated with publishing my books on the Kindle, and all the other great books available. I'm especially keen on checking out each day's free Kindle books, of course. They're irresistable, like candy or free beer. Or, as one Kindle Buffet reader put it, "They're like potato chips. Nobody can download just one."
I started Kindle Buffet in the summer of 2012, and it draws on my experiences in book-picking, interviewing, writing and publishing. I feel like I have a knack for recognizing what other people might want to read, and talking them into doing it. I figured it would take just 20 minutes a day to update the site and, for a while, it did. Just as with everything else I do, it ended up taking about 25 times longer than I'd figured. So these days I've got about 20 minutes left in my day after I've finished with Kindle Buffet.
A lot of people ask me how I manage to do it all. "Steve," they say, "how can you possibly read 60, 70, 80 books a day, seven days a week?"
My reply is always the same: "Doesn't everybody? I mean, c'mon, they're FREE! There's no excuse not to!"