Then, after putting the converted files for the stories I had already published on My Kindle, so I could see what they looked like without having to buy My own work from Amazon, I had another idea come to Me. If you could highlight reference material then you could also highlight errors in works in progress. Kindle could be more than a reading and reasearch tool, it could be an editing tool as well.
A few days ago I finished the rough draft for A Day In The Life Of Abagail King, and as soon as I had the words "The End" written down, I converted a copy of the file and put it right on My Kindle. Then over the course of the next few days I read over it and highlighted My mistakes, finding it a lot more convienent that trying to hunt through lines of text on My computer monitor. I don't know. There's something about the way things show up on the Kindle screen that makes those stupid mistakes jump right out more than when trying to track them down in Word. Plus there was the comfort factor. I got to relax on the couch and get the feel for My work before sending it out for publication. I even did a little editing while taking care of some business, if you know what I mean.
|Yes, if you use your Kindle as an editing tool you can do you editing almost anywhere.|
|A sneak peek at My About The Author Picture that will be in A Day In The Life Of Abagail King. Yes, that's the Fortune Four hand sign, and I'm dressed in a hoodie and doing it with a little attitude as an homage to A.J. Styles and Frankie Kazarian.|
Give it a try, and I think you'll agree that Kindle is a device that has more uses than you may have initially imagined.