Kindle? What is that?

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Seriously, what’s a kindle?


I looked it up, over at wiktionary (link opens in new window), and this is what they’ve got:


kindle (plural kindles)

  1. (obsolete) A collective term for a group of kittens.
    kindle of kittens.


kindle (third-person singular simple present kindlespresent participle kindlingsimple past and past participle kindled)

  1. (transitive) To start (a fire) or light (a torch).
    Please kindle a fire in the barbecue.
  2. (transitivefiguratively) To arouse or inspire (a passion, etc).
    He kindled an enthusiasm for the project in his fellow workers.



I even went so far as to look into the “beginnings”, aka etymology of kindle…

There exists information that suggests that kindle is from a word, that is Icelandic in origin: kynda. Kynda means, loosely: “to heat”.




Now, a lot of you will be wondering, “What is ECS Dave (of Extra Cash Systems fame) getting at here?”


I’m with you…


Well, it seems that one of the world’s largest retailers has an electronic reader device that they named Kindle. Not only that, this retailer is selling THOUSANDS of these devices, in various models and configurations. This nifty little device can store, for your reading pleasure, hundreds of digital editions of your favorite books!


Also, this retailer has recently began making it easier for budding (and established) authors to publish to this device. So, not only can you read your favorite books on this little item, you can have other people read YOUR CREATIONS on it.


As readers of the Extra Cash Systems weblog, you know that I try to stay on top of the things that can help YOU to make some extra cash, right? I’ll bet you’d think I would be remiss if I didn’t mention one of the biggest “new ideas” to come along in a good little while, now wouldn’t you?


If you want to learn the RIGHT way to create, publish, and MARKET your very own Kindle ebook, you should check out this awesome, on-going case study that is being done by Dennis Becker -  Kindle Case Study. Not only am I participating in it, so are lots of other people who are interested in generating more income from home.


Here’s what Dennis himself is saying about it:

Your chance to join the Kindle Case Study at an unbelievable price is coming to an end.

The case study (a.k.a. follow along) has started, so you have a little catching up to do, but nothing that you can’t handle in an hour or so.

Self publishing is probably the biggest opportunity for anyone to profit from so far in the 21st century.  Don’t miss the knock at your door.

When I first announced this case study, I had no idea the twists and turns that would happen, and already, based on requests from several followers, we’ve decided to add one more unadvertised bonus to the case study.

My partner, Rachel Rofe, has produced a mini course about how to outsource Kindle writing, so even if  you don’t have the skills, or the time, or the energy to write your own book, you’ll be able to follow the steps to get it done for you by a professional.

She even tells you where to go and how much you can expect to pay, among many other things. That course is already on the blog’s protected area for you.

That’s in addition, of course, to everything else, and more, that I advertised this case study would be.

There should be no excuse for you to say that you can’t write and publish your own book.

Originally I was going to continue slowly raising the price by a dollar a day until it maxed out at $37, but because of this, as well as other unadvertised bonuses that I’ll be adding… sometime on Monday I’ll be removing all discounts and the price to join will be at least $37.

No exceptions.

One bonus which we originally announced, which will be placed in the download area within the next couple days is the Self Publishing Tool Box, for both Kindle and Createspace.

We’ll be selling that separately for at least $17, maybe more, but case study followers get it free.

You’ll find it to be a very valuable tool in properly formatting your books. Bad formatting kills sales, that’s been proven.

We’ll also probably be selling the Kindle Outsourcing mini course in the near future, but case study followers will get it for free.

You’ll get a free copy of my book that I’m publishing, so that you can see the way it was written and formatted.

You’ll also get a free copy of the resulting book that I’ll make out of this case study. I do intend to publish this when all is said and done, but the book won’t include everything that the case study will include.

And other things are coming.

On top of the fact that you get a chance to see the steady progress from written manuscript, to published book, to best seller, to solid monthly income, to more monetization beyond just Amazon.

I’ll be building a business from this book, and you’ll get to watch over my shoulder.

You can get this all for $20 (with the coupon code shown below), but…

The current price is only guaranteed through the end of Sunday, February 12th, eastern time. I really urge you to join us even if, maybe especially if, you haven’t written a book for the Kindle or Amazon yet.

You don’t have to worry that you’re not ready to publish, your access to the materials will be available to you in the future as well, so when you’re ready, you can come back and review it all.

In the meantime you can watch the process and the energy. Already there are several hundred comments on the blog from excited followers.

The longer you delay, the more you’ll have to spend, and the further behind you’ll be.

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I, myself, have something in the works to try out this new market, and I urge you to give this case study a shot too… Kindle Case Study

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    I think Kindle self-publishing is a great opportunity. Not everyone makes it big, of course, but it’s a very real possibility. Just look at Amanda Hocking, who became a millionaire at age 26 by publishing novels on Amazon!

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