I still haven't gotten a copy of my books - like purchased one for myself, but was wondering if it looks fine in the previewer will it look fine/the same on an actual Kindle? Or should I actually see it on Kindle before I make the call?
Probably, but the only way to know for sure is to buy a copy and look at it on an e-ink device and on the Fire. You can own both these devices for a total of $278. As for your book, you get it at a 70 percent discount if you have priced it right.
K4PC is probably the worst testbed, since it is least
like the experience on a Kindle.
An up to date copy of Kindle for PC is [i]very[/i] similar to what you'll see on other Webkit-based KF8 readers like Fire and Android. It also delivers [i]exactly[/i] the experience of Kindle for PC, which alone should not be overlooked.
The goal should be to have your book's formatting appear as proper and consistent as possible on all Kindle readers.
It's definitely not a reflection on the book. I didn't see the point in it since I already have 435 copies of the book on my computer. Nor do I think I need to purchase the book I wrote - I think that's lame. That's charging me to preview something.
What I did discover, however, is the "free sample download" so I did that instead and it looks great so I'm okay now. I will probably hunt up the one thread that explained how to email yourself a copy and try it that way though, just to see the rest of it to be sure. But the sample looked good.