Top Recipe e-books on Kindle

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The Top Listed Recipe e-Books on Kindle will get you to the kitchen fast. Many have rediscovered good meals filled with flavor, cheap to make and easy to cook. They ate top class delicious and easy recipes that includes soups, meat, vegetable, and low fat-low protein recipes. 

 

1. Top 30 Soup Recipes For Everyday Eating: Latest Collection of Healthy, Popular And Mouth-Watering Soups For Everyone Kindle Edition

 

2. Top 30 American One Dish Recipes: Latest Collection Of Delicious, Mouth-Watering and Guaranteed To Be The Best And Most Popular American One Dishes You Must Eat Kindle Edition

 

3. Top Class, Special And Famous Mexican Salads: Latest Collection of Top 30 Tested, Proven, Most-Wanted And Delicious Mexican Salad Recipes For Healthy Life Kindle Edition

 

4. Top Class 5 Ingredients or Less Soups: Latest Collection of Top 30 Tested, Proven, Most-Wanted Delicious And Quick Soup Recipes For You And Your Family Kindle Edition

 

5. TOP 50 Low-Fat Vegetarian AND Low Protein Recipes: LATEST COLLECTION of Easiest, MOST-WANTED and Healthy Mouth-Watering Recipes Kindle Edition

 

6. Top 30 African One Dish Recipes: Latest Collection Of Delicious, Mouth-Watering and Guaranteed To Be The Best And Most Popular African One Dish Recipes You Must Eat And Enjoy           Before You Die Kindle Edition

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11 Best Reasons Why Self Publishing Makes Sense

Self PublishingIf you read about the 11 best reasons why self publishing makes sense, you will, I am certain will consider taking this option. In today’s world just about everything is more convenient and accessible due to advances in technology across almost all sectors.  The internet is one such technology.  The Internet is a vast source of information that is accessible from almost anywhere on the planet. There are, as we all now, has its fair share of dangers. However, the benefits/positives far outweigh the negatives. With the increase of mobile devices many are using them to read e-books.

E-book readers who own tablets or e-readers such as the Kindle are very likely to read e-books on their devices. And as tablet and e-reader ownership levels have risen over the past few years, these devices have become more prominent in the e-reading landscape:

Thousands of people are recognizing the power of  utilizing technology to self-publish their own articles and books. They are turning to Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP).

Let’s look at the 11 best reasons why self publishing makes sense on KDP:

  1. It does not cost you to publish.
  2. Your book will be on display on the largest book selling company in the world. Amazon sells more books than all the other publishers combined.
  3. It’s quick. There is no waiting period for agents to return feedback etc. You have access to an account which you set up with amazon where you can upload your book and it’s ready for the Kindle stores to sell to customers world-wide within 12 hours or less.
  4. According to a Pew E-book survey in 2012, twenty percent of Americans were reading electronically and in 2015 that percentage is growing.
  5.  Also, it is reported that  e-book reading devices are spreading through the population. Some 42% of adults now own tablet computers.
  6. You receive 70% of the list price of your book. If the book is priced between $2.99 and $9.99; otherwise 35%. (Generally publishers give you 10-15%)
  7. To boost sales, you can raise or lower the price of your e-book. You have access to stats and you can make appropriate changes to boost sales.
  8. Royalty payments are paid every month (one month’s delay)
  9. The largest company in the world, amazon promotes your book.
  10. You’re in control. You control the whole process from start to finish and retain all the rights to your book.
  11. Amazon through its Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) has a feature where if you enroll in KDP Select, you earn money when people borrow your book, you can offer it free for up to 5 days out of every 90 as a promotion, and you can take advantage of other great Kindle promo ideas, like their Kindle Countdown Deals, and their Matchbook program, where, if readers buy or have bought the print version of your book, they can buy the e-book for free.

Given the reasons above, does it not make sense to consider self publishing?

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Which is The Best Ereader for the Eyes – The Kindle PaperWhite or Kindle Voyage?

best ereader for the eyesBefore encouraging you to consider which is the best ereader for the eyes, I want to draw attention to the effect of working/reading using computer and LCD screens. Almost on a daily basis, we are either on our computers, ipads, ipads or tablets.

What effect does a bad ereader have on our eyes?

Staring at screens of these devices especially bad ereaders for too long can cause the following:

•  Eyestrain

  Eye fatigue

•  Blurry vision

  Dry eyes

  Trouble focusing at a distance

 Neck, back, and shoulder pain

•  Headaches

What can we do to minimize these effects?

  Choose a comfortable, supportive chair. Position it so that your feet are flat on the floor.

  If you are using a computer, position your computer so that your eyes are level with the top of the monitor. This allows you to look slightly down at the screen.

•  Check that no direct light is not causing a glare. Some people may need glasses to help with contrast, glare, and eye strain. Try and get yourself an anti-glare screen if needed.

•   Ensure your glasses or contact lens prescription is up-to-date and adequate for computer use.

  If your eyes are dry, try to blink more.

  Every 20-25 minutes, rest your eyes by looking 20 feet away for 20 seconds. At least every 2 hours, get up and take a 10-15-minute break. This will lessen eye fatigue.

There other steps you can take in caring for your eyes such as quit smoking, use safety eye wear if working with hazardous or airborne materials on the job or at home – wear safety glasses or protective goggles every time, and use sunglasses. You can also take care of your eyes when choosing an ereader.

Why the Kindle is the best eReader for the Eyes?

There are about 9 ereaders that you can choose from. The Kindle PaperWhite or Kindle Voyage are the best for the following reasons:

EReaders, like Kindle PaperWhite and Kindle Voyage have E Ink screens, (or electrophoretic) while tablets have LCD screens and this makes all the difference.

Reading on the Kindle is like reading a book. Books don’t provide the light, you do. This is why the Kindle is great in bright sunlight.

Ambient light from the environment is reflected from the surface of the display back to your eyes. As with any reflective surface, the more ambient light, the brighter the display looks.

LCD screens once had the edge when it came to reading in the dark as E Ink had a very low contrast ration. Guess what? The modern E Ink readers like the Kindle PaperWhite and Kindle Voyage an integrated light.

Taking care of the eyes is vitally important for one’s overall health. With so much time spent on devices, it is good to know that the Kindle, (especially the Kindle Voyage or Kindle Paper White) which according to amazon, is the best ereader for the eyes. They should be a must for those who read a lot.

If you would like to leave your personal review or experience or you have any questions, please do leave them below. I would love to hear your feedback!

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An Unborn Baby Learns While in the Womb

unborn babyDid you know that unborn baby learns while in the womb? I did some research and I found some interesting facts. A new study shows that the unborn baby not only hears his/her mom, but may understand her and is already learning language from her.

One mother shared about how, when she is shopping, she talks to her unborn baby. I guess her fellow shoppers probably thought that she was crazy. Far from it. In fact, what she is giving her baby is a foundation for language development.

It is believed that babies begin to absorb language when they are inside the womb during the last 10 weeks of pregnancy — which is earlier than previously held. I also discovered from my research that newborns can actually tell the difference between their mother’s native tongue and foreign languages just hours after they are born. So moms, remember that your unborn baby is listening, learning and remembering during the last stages of pregnancy.

If a mother sits in a movie theater with state-of-the-art sound or walks by a noisy construction site, odds are the fetus will react to all the noise by kicking or shifting around. It is said that around the seventh and eighth month, a fetus’s heart rate slows down slightly whenever his/her mother is speaking, indicating that mom’s voice has a calming effect. Experts says: “Mothers shouldn’t try putting earphones on their bellies and playing music because it’s already noisy in there,” The experts continues by saying, “Learning the mother’s voice and her vowels happens naturally as the mothers speak,”

It is suggested that mothers recognize the importance of not only to talking to their unborn child during the last trimester of pregnancy but to continue to talk to her newborn from the moment of birth to help facilitate language development.

What are the benefits of mom reading and talking to her unborn baby?

Here are 6 benefits for the unborn baby to learn in the womb:

1. It helps you bond with your unborn baby
2. Your voice has a calming and soothing effect on your unborn baby
3. When you are reading, you are relaxed and this relaxes your unborn baby.
4. Your unborn baby is beginning to learn language
5. Your unborn baby is getting to know your voice.
6. Your unborn baby is more likely to read after birth.

What a wonderful way of contributing to the development of an unborn baby. Not only does the mother provide the nutrition for the baby but has the ability to contribute to the baby by reading and talking to her unborn baby.

There are many resources out there, one is Windows to the womb: Revealing the Consciousness from Conception to Birth.

If you would like to leave your personal review or experience or you have any questions, please do leave them below. I would love to hear your feedback!



5 Reasons Why Reading Is Important

Reading is important

I remember being reminded constantly by my parents as well as my teachers about why reading was important. Now as an adult, I realize reading is important and that they were correct in instilling this in me.  Although the media and technology has made it so much easy for us but nothing can replace reading.

 Here are 5 reasons why reading is important.

1. Reading improves your imagination and creativity

Reading exposes you to a world of imagination. Imagination which is also called the faculty of imagining is the ability to form new images and sensations in the mind. It is said that are not perceived through senses such as sight, hearing, or other senses showing you nothing is impossible in this world. Reading helps you explore a different perspective and how different actions leads to different result. People who read a lot are adding more to their knowledge base and thus structuring new solutions and answers.

2. Reading helps with linking your brain

Our brain which is functions as the coordinating center of sensation and intellectual activity is being linked to an author. It appears possible that reading can improve the “connectivity” between the various brain circuits that are essential to understanding the written word. It is said that simply reading a good novel can keep that enhanced “connectivity” working for days, and possibly longer, after we have finished the book.

3. Reading improves your understanding

The more you read, the more you understand one thing. If you are reading about snakes and their habits, you will get to know which snakes are harmful and which are not. You will learn about what happens if you get bitten by a harmful snake. Reading also increases the understanding of the rules of life, in order for you to adapt, adopt, accommodate, assimilate, and acculturate into the society better. To play well in a game, you first need to understand the rules well. Reading also helps you understand the world, its various cultures, customs, and traditions. So when you meet people from other countries etc., you have a better understanding of them.

4. Reading improves your communication

Communication is the most important tool which can be transmitted through reading. As you communicate through reading, you comprehend more, and thus you can communicate better with people. As with a person that knows nothing, he/she hasn’t had anything to share, and he/she probably doe not even understand what people are sharing. Through reading, you form a more solid foundation for communication. It is one of the most important tools we use every day to connect with people. if you don’t read, you can’t even connect with the world and what people are talking about out there. Reading connects you with the world.

5. Reading teaches you new things

Through reading, you expose yourself to new things, new information, new ways to solve problems, and new ways to achieve one thing. Who knows – you might discover your new hobby. Who knows – you might actually explore one thing you really like and it may end up becoming your career and success in the future. Exploration, probing, and examining begin from reading and understanding.

The early reminder of our parents and teachers that reading is important should be conveyed to our children and grandchildren. I hope we will not replace reading with other activities that will prevent us from reading. The 5 reasons in this post are compelling enough to conclude that reading is important and to make reading part of our lives. Happy reading!

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How to Transfer Files from Your Computer to Your Kindle Paperwhite

Sometimes you may have files on your computer and would like to transfer them to your Kindle Paperwhite. You can do this very easily. Here’s how to: Although e-mailing or sending a document to your Kindle Paperwhite is fast and easy, connecting your Kindle via USB cable and transferring books via drag-and-drop is simple too.

If you are Mac or Window users you can download and transfer Kindle content and personal documents from your computer to your Kindle through the USB connection. When the Kindle is plugged into a computer, it appears as a removable mass-storage device.

Please note the systems requirements for transferring files via USB cable:

PC: Windows 2000 or later

Macintosh: Mac OS X 10.2 or later

USB port: An available port or an attached USB hub with an available port

To connect your Kindle Paperwhite to your computer:

  1. Plug the larger end of the USB cable into an available USB port or a powered USB hub connected to your computer, and connect the other end of the USB cable to the micro-USB port on the bottom of the Kindle Paperwhite.

When connected to the PC, the Kindle Paperwhite goes into USB drive mode and its battery is recharged by the computer. Wireless service is temporarily shut off. The Kindle is not usable as a reading device while in USB drive mode but returns to your reading location when you eject the device from your computer.

  1. When your Kindle Paperwhite is connected, simply drag and drop (or copy and paste) the file from your computer’s hard drive to the Kindle Paperwhite.

For e-books, make sure to place the file in the Documents folder on the Kindle Paperwhite. If you put the file in the root drive, it won’t appear on the Home screen of your Kindle Paperwhite.

If your file is in a Kindle-compatible formats, you can transfer it directly from your computer to your Kindle Paperwhite via USB. To transfer the files, follow these easy steps:

  1. Connect your Kindle Paperwhite to your computer using the USB cable.

Your computer recognizes your Kindle Paperwhite when it’s plugged in and displays the Kindle Paperwhite as a removable drive. If you go to my Computer (PC) or Finder (Mac), your Kindle Paperwhite appears as a drive.

  1. Double-click the drive to open it and view the folders on your Kindle Paperwhite.
  2. Open another window and navigate to the file(s) you want to transfer to your Kindle Paperwhite.
  3. Drag the file(s) to the appropriate folder on your Kindle Paperwhite.

Place your text and documents files in the Documents folder on your Kindle Paperwhite.

You can also use the Copy and Paste commands to move documents to the documents folder.

  1. Eject your Kindle Paperwhite from your computer:
    • On a Windows 8 PC: Right-click the Kindle drive icon and choose Eject. A notification that it is safe to remove the device from the computer appears.
    • On a Windows Vista or Windows 7 PC,choose Start then Computer, and then right-click the Kindle drive icon and choose Eject. You can also left- or right-click the Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media icon in the lower-right corner of the taskbar.
    • On a Mac, Control-click the Kindle device icon and choose Eject.

The files you transferred are displayed on your Home screen and are available for you to view on your Kindle Paperwhite.

Your Kindle Paperwhite cannot read files that are protected with DRM. If this is the case, you see an error message when you try to open the e-book. Before buying books from sources other than Amazon, make sure that the file is compatible with your Kindle Paperwhite. All the best.