A Day of Horror: The March 11, 2011 Japan Earthquake-A Foreigner's Perspective, authors, Horror, humanity, Manage your content and devices, nonfiction, novel, photos, Short stories, The DiVacci Curse, To Sleep in the Ground, updates
First things first…
I hope that everyone is coping with the pandemic and that lives are being saved by compliance to the worldwide lockdowns.
No offense or disrespect is intended, but I thought that since things seem to be settling down a bit in some areas of the world, and some countries are over their peaks of mass infection, that maybe it was acceptable to post some new info about my books.
Amazon.com has informed me that free updates are available for all three of my e-books. In order to access the updates, readers who purchased my books in the past can go to their “Manage Your Content and Devices” page in their Amazon account to download the updated and most recent version. I assume (you know what happens when we do that) that the updates will translate to all Amazon versions of my books no matter what country they were purchased from. If you have information to the contrary, or would like to chime in with any comments about the updates, then I would be more than grateful and open to them. Unfortunately, as of the date of this post, the updates are not available for anyone who purchased my books from Amazon.jp here in Japan where I live. Sorry about that. I hope it changes. Perhaps it just takes time for word to spread throughout the entire Amazon kingdom. That is completely understandable considering the current situation.
As mentioned in previous posts, after I published my first novel, I revisited both my nonfiction book and my short story. Basic technical changes were made, but I made no changes to the stories. I just updated and improved the appearance, format and user-friendliness of the books. I changed some of the front matter to back matter, and made the layout and flow more consistent across all three books. I also reformatted the photos in my March 11, 2011 nonfiction book among other changes. I feel that the changes make for a much better reading experience overall.
The free updates are my gift to the readers of my books. Thank you all very much. I hope that you will enjoy the improvements. For those of you who have not yet read my books, then be assured that you will be getting the most current editions and the best possible reading experience that I can offer at this time. Thank you for your future patronage.
Again, please forgive my selfish post at such a difficult time as this.
I ask your continued prayers for the world. We are all in this together regardless of gender, race, religion, creed, political ideology, socioeconomic status or income. Hang in there, everybody.