A Free Gift for You This Summer – My Journal Books Now Available on Kindle Loan

As I announced in my Resilient and Free blog yesterday (which I have been woefully neglecting), I decided to put both of my journal books on Kindle loan this summer.  This means in the next month you can read a copy of Writing Your Destiny or The Seven Foundations of Resilient Livelihood for free.

You don’t have to own a Kindle.  You can fairly easily download the Kindle software to view Kindle books on your computer.  (That’s what I presently do!)

Hope some of you will take advantage of this offer.  If I was reading the Kindle site correctly, I can earn money for people who choose to take out the book on loan.  It doesn’t cost you anything and brings me money — that seems like a win/win to me.  There seems to be a Kindle fund to incent people to loan out books. so if you also have books available on Kindle, you might want to look into this as well.

This is an experiment for me, and if you think you would enjoy it, please take advantage this summer and take a look at one of my journal books.  The books are somewhat like the blog, in that their designed to offer some ideas on a topic, and then ask questions that inspire you to understand your own perspective more fully and/or take new actions to support your dreams!

As always, thank you to everyone who reads and subscribes to this blog — you all inspire me to keep writing!  Also, thank you so much to those of you who have been buying the books — that’s meant so much to me too!

15 thoughts on “A Free Gift for You This Summer – My Journal Books Now Available on Kindle Loan”

    1. Aaron,
      The Kindle software is free and fairly straight forward to download, but if you have any problem with this just let me know, and we’ll find another way to get you a copy of the books.
      Karen

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