A Tale of Two Cities; When An African American Author Met E Book Kindle

One African American Author's experience with an E Book Kindle, and how it literally transformed her world.
May 24, 2011 - PRLog -- What happens when an African American fiction author decides that it’s high time to share more than just her stories with the world? She expands. “I’m an avid reader, and I received a kindle as a gift. Suddenly I found myself hooked on utilizing it to read books. Normally, my preference is a real book with real pages and a cover that I can engage myself with, but the Kindle turned out to be really convenient,” Hayes stated.  Her thought was that other African American readers must be feeling the same way too. Hayes decided to sell African American Kindle E Books from her Author Website. Visitors can find an array of different genres; contemporary fiction, urban fiction, self help, nonfiction, and even free African American E books.
Those who are intrigued by, but who haven’t yet bought into the whole Kindle idea, may find themselves sold on having one pretty quickly. Hayes states Kindle facts. They can hold up to 1500 books, you can read Kindle E books on other devices besides the Kindle, and if you visit her website, you can actually find E-book titles to download at no cost. Hayes comes from a world of traditional publishing, but she knows s that the Kindle world is very different. "There are lots of consumers who are transitioning along with me, and they want great reads. The E book business is moving along quite well for me. I’ve actually been pleasantly surprised."

Hunter Hayes is the author of three bestselling African American novels; Stripper Pole to Heaven, A pair Like No Otha', and Shoes On the Otha' Foot. For more info or to shop titles , you can visit http://www.Hunterhayesonline.com

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