Tuesday, February 21, 2012

How To Self-Publish A Kindle Book, A Step-By-Step Guide

I am so excited to announce that my second Kindle book, "How to Self-Publish A Kindle Book, A Step-By-Step Guide" 2012 Edition, is now available for purchase in the Amazon.com Kindle Book Store. This comprehensive step-by-step  guide is a must have for everyone  who has ever dreamed of publishing their very own book.

"How To Self-Publish A Kindle Book, A Step-By-Step Guide" shows how anyone with basic computer skills can easily publish their book into a Kindle eBook for FREE.  Thousands of Kindle eBooks are being purchased everyday through the Amazon.com Book Store. It's time for you to cash  in on the some of the high profits being made by free lance authors around the globe.

Not only does "How To Self-Publish A Kindle Book, A Step-By-Step Guide,"  easily take you through the process of self-publishing your book for FREE, it offers tips on copyrighting, marketing, how to design a digital book cover and more. Your dreams of becoming a published author will certainly become a reality by following this easy guide to success.

For a limited time only,  "How To Self-Publish A Kindle Book, A Step-By-Step Guide", will be offered for a low introductory price of $0.99 in the Amazon Kindle Book Store at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007AQ4DT6
  or  you can purchase a PDF copy at my Etsy Shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/uniquecozytreasures . GET YOUR COPY NOW while supplies last at this very low price!!!

If you do not own a Kindle Reader but would love to read "How To Self-Publish A Kindle Book, A Step-By-Step Guide," you can download a FREE full color display Kindle Reader for your PC or Apple computer.  There is a link on the lower right of my Amazon book page which will take you to a page where you can get it for FREE. Also, most Android phones, iPads, iPhones, and other Smart phones either have a Kindle Reader Application already installed or you can get a Free App from the "App Market" in your smart phone.

My Amazon Author Page can be accessed at: http://www.amazon.com/author/debrashenkle

 *If you are interested in receiving a free copy of  "How To Self-Publish A Kindle Book, A Step-By-Step Guide "  by doing a book review, please contact me at: uniquecozytreasures@gmail.com for more information.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012


Prescription medication costs are higher in the U.S. than anywhere else in the world. Why? Because the U.S.  does not have in place any form of  price regulation over the cost of  patiented  prescription medications. A rather shocking scenio when you think of millions of  people unable to even afford prescription medication insurance these days.

Even though I am one of the lucky people who are able to have presciption drug coverage, my insurance carrier still doesn't cover every medication. I take only two medications, one being quite expensive. Last week I popped into my friendly neighborhood pharmacy, a chain that I will not mention here. My prescription needed refilled so my friendly neighborhood pharmacist made a call to my physicians office for approval to refill the medication.

As usual I checked the medication before leaving the pharmacy to be sure it was correct. Surprise! It was a different type and brand than I had been using for the past 10 years. I promptly told the pharmacist that this was the wrong medication. He told me that it was what my physician prescribed, so I requested that he call him back for approval of the same brand and type of medication that I have been using. Why? Because sometimes it's ok to use a Generic medication and sometimes it isn't. In this case I am allergic to the other brands of this type of medication. I went through the process of trying the Generic and other brands over 10 years ago with some very undesirable side effects.

Ok, now my pharmacist was able to get my correct medication approved from my physician, but when I went to pick it up he said, "I don't think you want this, Your insurance carrier will not pay for it."  I told him that I would pay out-of-pocket for it as it wasn't very expensive the last time when I paid full price for it myself.  Then he proceeded to tell me that I probably wouldn't want to pay for it as it was now $95. WOW! I could hardly believe it! I politely told him that I would be back another day for it.

I got in touch with my insurance carrier who told me that my pharmacist never even submitted a claim to them for my prescription and that they would pay for it as usual. Now, I was beginning to get  a little irritated with my pharmacist because for the life of me I can't imagine why he put me through this ordeal.

One thing positive came out of this though. As I was trying to figure out how in the world I was going to come up with the funds to pay $95 out-of-pocket each month for my prescription, I ran across a fantastic website that offers online printable coupons for many brand name presciption medications. I found on their website  a coupon for (one) 100%  free  prescription fill for my medication.  Yes, I printed it off and took in into my pharmacist to fill that $95 prescription for me FREE! Yes, it was 100% FREE to me for that one time fill. This bought me the time that I needed to at least get in touch with my insurance carrier to get their approval to continue paying for the medication.

This website is so fantastic that I wanted to share it with all of you. In addition to providing many printable coupons for FREE or  DISCOUNT prescription medications, they also have a printable prescription drug discount card that you can use at your pharmacy. This is great for anyone that doesn't have prescription medication insurance. It can save you gobs of money and who doesn't want to save money? Right? To learn more about these medication coupons and medication discount card visit: http://medicationcoupons.com

***Unique Cozy Treasures or it's author are not being paid or compensated in any manner by medicationcoupons.com  for writing or featuring any of the contents in this article.

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