For all you eBook junkies, which I am quickly becoming, I wanted to officially announce the release of my very first Kindle eBook—Kitchen Knife Basics. (Drum roll and trumpets please—it took a couple months of tireless formatting, testing, and reformatting in Word to get it to look good.) But it’s HE-re!
And guess what it’s about? Yep—how to understand, protect, keep sharp, and shop for kitchen knives! It’s no secret it’s comprised of core material from the KitchenKnifeGuru website, but laid out in a fun and fresh Kindle eBook format. Ready to be perused on your iPad, Kindle Fire, Nook, or whatever other mobile device you like to snuggle up with on the sofa or slouch at a bistro table with while sipping your favorite frappuccino.
Why an eBook you might ask? Isn’t a website enough? And I’d have to answer, As a matter of fact, it’s not. First off—not to overlook the obvious—an eBook is easier to read! The text is large and spacious and stays in place. Secondly, on a website you have to poke around and find your own way through menus, tabs, posts, and articles while with a Kindle eBook (or iBook for that matter) the path is all laid out before you. No decisions to be made—just flip the next virtual page and keep on reading. And if you must take a break, leave a digital bookmark so you can pick up where you left off. Handy, huh? There’s a reason people have been reading books for centuries—electronic or not. They’re comfy. They tell a story.
You can even download a sample if you want to get just a taste…
Kitchen Knife Basics is on the Amazon website ready to be downloaded—just like all the other Kindle eBooks from big-name publishers. (Don’t you love technology?) It should be totally compatible with each and every mobile device that’s out there. Buuuuut. . .if you have an iPad and you’ve never bought an eBook from the Amazon website, you’ll want to download the Kindle Reader app from the App Store first (it’s free), then the Kindle eBook. (For the record, I own an iPad myself which KKBasics works perfect on.)