I haven't read many books on the Kindle (though a lot on the iPhone). This morning I bought one of my books so as to check out its internet links and generally see how it looked on the reading device. The links work fine, though I notice that one can't actually buy a Kindle book from such a link, only add it to one's Wish List. (The same is true, as I just proved, by navigating to the Amazon page from a third-party website.)
But here's the thing! Whereas on the Preview, on the iPhone, and I think on the Kindle up to now, all lines were justified right, no matter how much space the software had to insert between words. But today, on almost every page, I found at least one and sometimes several lines that didn't go all the way to the right margin. It seems that there is a default amount of whitespace that the software will insert, and if the line exceeds that, then it doesn't go all the way to the margin.
Has anyone else noticed this?
When I got my Kindle reader out of the drawer, I found that it was downloading a software update. So this change, if it is a change, may be a very recent development.
BTW: the Kindle sale appeared to be registered almost immediately on my month-to-date report. Could be a coincidence, of course, but I have not seen a lot of sales so far in August, so it stands out.
You've made three posts so far and in every one you ignored the subject and spammed your book. Stop hijacking threads. If you want people to be interested in your book, make yourself a part of the community and join discussions. Diverting attention to your book will not result in sales and only annoys people.