I hope you will follow me to one of my new sites. For content that is all dedicated to Peachfront Conures, you may go straight to my dedicated Peachfronted Conure site. For all sorts of material, including a link to probably the largest open diary on the internet (at least that I know of), in addition to tons of other free content, go to my personal site http://peachfront.com.
At this time, since Google doesn’t know that invisible content doesn’t take up space, I’m going to remove most of the content from this site, to avoid the question of “duplicate content” with my dedicated Peachfront Conure site at diaryland.
Whew. Nook readers, check it out. Barnes & Noble has now listed my new book for the Nook right here, so stop by and pay me a visit. It’s available for all kinds of Nook devices and apps, so read it on your e-reader, read it on your smartphone, read it on your PC or Mac. About the same as what Amazon does for Kindle, although Amazon has a generous free sample policy, and I’m not as familiar with B&N, so I’m not sure if they offer free samples. I’ll be poking around their site to see what I can see. If there are no free samples at B&N, you can always visit
the book’s page on Amazon to read the first two chapters for free. You’ll need your Amazon log-in information though. Someone already asked me how to give them a link to the free sample. Well, it’s easy, and it’s free, but I can’t just send you a link. You have to go to the book’s page, click the free sample button, and then it will ask for your log-in information so it can deliver the free sample to your device. If you’re a Nook owner and don’t have a Kindle, you will also have to download the Kindle for PC. Sorry about that. If there’s an easier way to get free samples to Nook users, please let me know by email or by posting in the comments down below.
The 10 Best Things You Can Do For Your bird is now available for Kindle through Amazon. It’s a handy-dandy roundup of 28 of my previously published articles in BIRD TALK and BIRDS USA, including 8 surveys of more than 200 Bird Talk readers to give you real information on real birds owned by real people. I think a lot of you will get a kick out of it. If you’re one of the people mentioned in the book, I’d be thrilled if you stopped by and left a comment on the book page at Amazon. Heck, I’d be thrilled if you just hit the “like” button there. Every little bit helps to get the word out for how to provide great care for our pets, right?
Update: Now it’s available for Nook through Barnes & Noble by clicking right here.
What if you don’t have a Kindle or a Nook? Well, that’s pretty easy. You can get a free download of Kindle for PC at Amazon. You probably already have
the Adobe Digital Reader, which is also free, but if not, what are you waiting for? Save a tree, and get your books available on your computer monitor, to read at any size you like to rest your eyes.
I photographed the Blue & Gold Macaw and designed the cover myself. What do you think? This talking Macaw truly charmed me. We’ll let him be an honorary Peachfront.
I welcome all donations for bird food, toys, and supplies. Even $1 buys several servings of mixed vegetables for my Conures. Thanks in advance!
I’ve trained these birds, I’ve bred these birds, I’ve lived with these birds…and now I’ve traveled to Bolivia to observe these birds in the wild. These birds have been my muse for over 30 years, inspiring me to write for publication, including several books for T.F.H. Publication and many magazine articles for BIRD TALK. Only the Peachfront Conure could get me up in a Cessna or up on a horse…well, maybe a Peachfront Conure and the promise of wild Hyacinth Macaws! And now they’ve inspired a blog. If you own one or more of these marvelous birds and have a story to tell, get in touch with me, and I’ll consider your story for a guest entry here.