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Best-selling aviation author Peter Buffington has been a licensed commercial pilot for 20 years. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Sciences from the University of North Dakota, and is currently employed in Software Engineering in Madison, Wisconsin. Peter's first book, Squawk 7700, was a revealing, inside look at the regional airline and aviation industry's operating practices. His eBook rocketed to the top five of best-selling aviation eBooks on Amazon.com for three consecutive years.
While signing copies of Squawk 7700 at author events, Peter discovered that his expert knowledge and eBook publishing skills were in high demand, so he started offering eBook conversion consulting services. He has completed dozens of eBook conversions for other authors.
Many secrets that online retailers won't share about publishing an eBook are revealed in Peter's new audiobook, The Most Efficient Way to Publish an eBook. His book outlines a simple, efficient, and proven method for eBook publishing that all independent authors should listen to before undertaking their first eBook conversion.
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Really helpful, answered a lot of questions
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
While I knew some of the pitfalls, I wasn't familiar with all the ones the author reviewed. He was clear, he was concise, he was useful -- and he kept it interesting by throwing in enough but not too many anecdotes.
What about Bruce T. Harvey’s performance did you like?
Great voice! How-to books can be really dull and dry to listen to, and Bruce Harvey made it really enjoyable. I listen late at night and as I'm riding to work. Hope to hear more from this reader!
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
It's a how-to book, it's short, took me two short listens, glad I bought it.
Any additional comments?
I'd definitely recommend it