At long last, my very good friend George E. Hunter’s book Connections to the Cosmos has been published on Kindle, starting with a free promotion which runs from now until midnight Pacific on Sunday May 15, 2013.
George originally published this book in a private edition which he intended for family and close friends only. However, as sometimes happens the book got passed on to a wider audience and received rave reviews from everyone. After much persuasion, George finally agreed to publish a slightly revised edition for the benefit of the rest of you.
From the amazing properties of space and time to the spectacular display of an aurora, the book will capture your natural curiosity about space and make you marvel at its beauty. Over 80 stunning photographs, 17 illustrations and too many incredible facts to count. This fascinating book is great for anyone interested in the universe and how it works, from young adult to pensioner.
Download your free copy by midnight Pacific on 5/19 from Amazon: Connections to the Cosmos
Note: If you don’t have a Kindle, but you do have a PC, tablet or smartphone there are free apps available either in your local app store or online. Smartphone and tablet users should search for “kindle reader” on Google Play, IOS App Store or Blackberry market. PC/Mac users, search on Google search, then look down the list until you find App or Apps mentioned.
When you first use your app the welcome screen will ask you to register. This is so that Amazon knows where to send the ebooks you buy.
The other option is to use the free Amazon Cloud Reader which works in your browser.