New book, free March 21-25, aims to help poets get their manuscripts ready for Kindle
PR Log - Mar 07, 2013 - For poets struggling to format their ebooks, there is a new book, released February 28, that may have the solution. D.L. Lang, author of the Amazon.com best-seller Tea & Sprockets: A Modern American Poetry Book, has a new book entitled Your Poetry eBook: Quick & Easy Formatting for Kindle. The book is available exclusively through Kindle Direct Publishing.
"I believe that in this day and age, where communication and publishing is so accessible, it is vital that poets encourage other poets to be successful. This book is my way of doing just that," says Lang. "Your Poetry eBook details the exact process that I used to create Tea & Sprockets, my first book. I walk you through the formatting process, and I know that if I can do it, then anyone can."
Created as a way to encourage and teach other poets about self-publishing ebooks, Lang has decided to give the book away. Starting March 21, UN World Poetry Day, and ending March 25, aspiring poets will be able to download Your Poetry eBook: Quick & Easy Formatting for Kindle for free.
D.L. Lang is the author of the best-selling poetry book, Tea & Sprockets: A Modern American Poetry Book. She is best known for her films The Hebrew Project and Liquid Wind and her singles “Last Chance Disaster” and “Wilderness” as Tranquoizier. She lives in Marin County, California with her husband, where they enjoy copious amounts of Judaism, nature, and indie music. Lang also has a great fondness for penguins, studying history, and unlocking genealogical discoveries. She can be found online at http://www.poetryebook.com