Please note that a revised version of Dangerous Perceptions, The Road To Nowhere is available to anyone who downloaded a copy of this book from Amazon prior to April 7th. This revised version contains some minor grammatical/punctuation changes, and a new Note To Readers at the end. There are no other changes of any significance.
For some strange reason, Amazon/KIndle do not allow automatic uploads of revised work to purchasers outside the US. Readers may already be aware of this but it was news to me. The following is an indication saying they are working on it to enable all markets the same opportunity. When is another question.
Amazon have a note under 'Notifying Customers of Book Updates' that states: *Note: The Automatic Book Update feature may not yet be available for markets outside of the U.S.
‘MAY' appears to be the operative word indicating intention. In any event, as previously stated I recently discovered that the previous version contained some minor punctuation/grammatical errors in the first few pages which were deemed unacceptable to me. I have made the necessary corrections and uploaded a revised version to Kindle.
So first of all, I apologize.
Should you wish to read the newest version of the book at some future date please see whether Kindle have activated the feature allowing for downloads of Automatic Book Updates outside the US. Those residing within the US should be able to download the latest version immediately.
The following applies to any book that may have been downloaded so may prove of general interest.
Go to: amazon.com amazon.ca amazon.co.uk etc.
type in the name of the book and call it up
Click on 'Your Account’
Click Manage Your Content and Devices
Select the appropriate book and see whether there are any updated versions available. Anyone who has purchased a copy can avail themselves of this feature at no cost.
There is, however, an easy workaround solution:
Call up my book on Kindle and simply read the first couple of chapters under “Look Inside” Everything else should be fine. There are always improvements that can be made, but grammatical/punctuation mistakes produce a distracting tone that often puts off a reader. It is not my intention that this should be the reader’s experience.