Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions that I get asked. If you don’t see your question here, then please drop me a line and I’ll be very happy to help.
There are exactly 45 stories in the book. Exactly 15 of these (i.e. one third) have made appearances on Lessonstream. That means 30 new ones for you!
Yes. It will be launched in the Spring of 2017. I’ll be taking advance orders for this soon. If you would like me to keep you informed, please subscribe.
You can read the Videotelling ebook on e-readers, smart phones, tablet computers (iPads and Androids), laptop computers, and desktop computers.
Videotelling ebook comes in 2 formats:
The following list should help you:
There are five steps here:
Note for Kindle and Kindle Reader App users: move the file to the Kindle folder on your device.
You will receive an email from me as soon as you complete the payment process (step 1 above). The actual download time (step 3 above) will depend on your device and your Internet connection. Typically, it should take between 3 seconds and 3 minutes to download an ebook.
The link to download your ebook remains active for 7 days after purchase. During this time, you may download the ebook up to 3 times. Once your download link has expired, you will no longer be able to download your ebook. So please be quick.
The link to download your ebook remains active for 7 days after purchase. Please be sure to download your ebook before that happens. If you have any problems, please contact sales[at]jamiekeddie.com
Yes you can. During the 7-day download period, you can download your ebook from the same download link to multiple devices up to 3 times.
Please note, however, that your ebook is not transferable. That means that the devices that you download your ebook on must belong to you, and you cannot share your ebook link or files.
If you delete or lose the email containing your download link, contact sales[at]amiekeddie.com
Please contact sales[at]jamiekeddie.com
See Sales terms and conditions and/or contact sales[at]jamiekeddie.com
You are free to make copies of the stories in Videotelling for your students. However, you cannot resell the book, share the file, upload it to the internet, or get involved in any other means of digital distribution. All of those things are prohibited.
I would suggest using a scanning app such as CamScanner. I’ll be making a demonstration video about this soon so please check back here.
I use SendOwl (affiliate link) and so far, I have been very happy with the functionality and service that they provide. It’s not the simplest process to set up a shop but if you are interested, drop me a line and I’ll be happy to help.
There is a whole team behind Videotelling. We are talking editors, designers, illustrator, web guy, and project manager. It cost a lot of money to bring the book into production and I have to thank the people who contributed to the crowdfunding campaign. One recommendation that I would make for keeping costs down is to use Reedsy for the ebook conversion. The platform is fairly straight forward and allows you to do the conversion yourself for free. (I would have had to pay someone €300 for this.) The platform also allows you to find and collaborate with other professionals (editors, designers, illustrators, etc.).