We’ve finally entered the 21st Century and gotten our newer titles up in Kindle. Yay. Now, if we could just get Amazon to put up the links on the physical books that would direct them to the Kindle versions, my life would be nearly complete. But nay, it’s my lot in life to continually contact them and ask where the damn grid is on our books.
“Oh, they are there,” they insist.
“Uh, no they aren’t. Take your eyes out of your bottom and look at the page. Lookie here, I’ll even include the link.”
“Oh, so you’re right. Gee, we don’t know why the links aren’t there. We’ll look into it.”
Look into it? What’s there to “look into”? Some toolbag hasn’t put the links up and needs to do it. It doesn’t take a committee of twelve to sit around a pot of tea and ponder the grander notions of the meaning of life.
So while I sit and toast in my own frustration, you lovely readers may go over to the Kindle store and get a copy of some very wonderful Behler books. Heck, get several.
If Amazon scares you, feel free to email me [lynn_at_behlerpublications_dot_com], and I can zap it over to your Kindle account.
Beagle, hand me a Twinkie and a margarita.