How to Make a Kindle Cover

If you are the lucky owner of a Kindle but you would rather make your own unique cover than buy one then this book is for you.

When I first bought my Kindle there weren't many covers to choose from other than Amazon's Leather book-style case. The problem was that I wanted an envelope style cover, one that would protect my Kindle entirely so I didn't have to worry about other things in my bag – such as my keys – slipping inside a book-style case and scratching the screen. I solved the problem by making myself an envelope style case – and in this book I'll show you how you can make one too.
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The Complete 2012 User’s Guide to the Amazing Amazon Kindle: Covers All Current Kindles Including the Kindle Fire, Kindle Touch, Kindle Keyboard, and Kindle

Finally, one user-friendly guide that covers every Kindle now on the market for 2012, including the Kindle Fire, in a single comprehensive volume chock full of tips, tricks, and links to unlock cool features, save you hundreds on Kindle content, and help you get the most out of your Kindle. Stephen Windwalker founded the popular Kindle Nation Daily community and has been helping Kindle owners get up to speed ever since his first Kindle guide was the #1 bestselling book in the entire Kindle store for 2008. Now he has teamed up with popular outdoors and travel author Bruce Grubbs to provide the most complete and up-to-date resource ever for Kindle owners.

Contents:
Why a Kindle?
Which Kindle to Buy?
Covers, Lights, and Accessories
Reading Books and Periodicals
Searching Your Content and the Web
Using the Dictionary
Annotatiing Your Reading
Listening to Audiobooks
Listening to Music
Watching Movies, TV Shows, and Videos
Viewing Photos
Browsing the Web
Extending the Fire with Apps
Shopping in the Kindle Store
Using Voice Guide
Finding Free Books
Working with Personal Documents
Organizing Your Books
Lending Books
Registering Your Kindle
Moving to a New Kindle
Free Kindle Reading Apps
Kindle Cloud Reader
Managing E-Books with Calibre
Using Settings
Fixing Problems
How it Works – eInk
How it Works – Silk Browser
Publishing to the Kindle
Kindle Resources