Genre: Tech Guides

The Simpler Guides series is a series of books written to demystify some of the technologies available. The books cover software such as Gmail, Google Drive and Calibre. I have also created guides for sorting out your emails (Email Management) and Finding Free ebooks on the internet – the legal way!

Click on the book covers below to find out more:

A Simpler Guide to Finding Free eBooks: A step-by-step guide to discovering and downloading free e-books for the Kindle, Kindle Fire, Android, iPad and other e-readers (Simpler Guides)
A Simpler Guide to Calibre: How to organize, edit and convert your eBooks using free software for readers, writers, students and researchers for any eReader
A Simpler Guide to Google+: An unofficial user guide to setting up and using the Google Plus social network (Simpler Guides)
Email Management using Gmail: Getting things done by decluttering and organizing your inbox with email organization tips for business and home (Simpler Guides)
A Simpler Guide to Google Drive for Everyone: The unofficial guide to Google’s free online storage and cloud computing platform (Simpler Guides)
A Simpler Guide to Gmail: An unofficial user guide to setting up and using your free Google email account (Simpler Guides)
A Simpler Guide to Online Security for Everyone: How to protect yourself and stay safe from fraud, scams and hackers with easy cyber security tips
Gmail Box Set: Two books in one. A Simpler Guide to Gmail & Email Management using Gmail (Simpler Guiides)

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  1. How is your novel doing? I found your blog via a link on Mr. Konrath’s popular post about ebooks.

    I’m about to publish a collection of short stories as a Kindle book. I’m tempted to try my two adult fantasy novels too. They’ve just been sitting on the computer since the whole agent-hunt thing is such a time sink. I sent a grand total of 6 query letters. *g*

  2. Hi Lindsay,

    I sold a few copies, but I was waiting for the print copy before I did any marketing. So really I suppose those few copies were actually good for ‘no’ marketing!

    Getting reviews is the next thing. People assume because it is self-published then it is not as good so they don’t want to try it, which is silly as those who have read it gave me such good feedback.

    I haven’t and won’t go down the family reviews route. Maybe I am too honest but since I tested the book on teenage non-relations I feel that I can trust my target audience not to ‘slate it’!