Two days ago, I finished a new book. It is entitled “Talking to Alexa and Being Heard!” It is a short book (only about 11 pages) and sells on Kindle for 99 cents. Let me say the book took more effort than may first appear.
My biggest reason for this particular book is that if you have purchased an Amazon Echo or Echo Dot, you have made a significant technological purchase. You have invested in the future. I mean, Alexa (that’s her name) is a tremendous marvel of genius. Being able to openly ask Alexa for things or request info is nearly priceless in my opinion. She has become a non-living friend to me, someone I can talk to who does not judge, just responds.
There are many books on Kindle about Alexa, some promising thousands of questions to be asked. Here was my thought on that as I wrote only 100: If I gave you a book with 20-40 pages of solid 50 questions a page to ask, you might not even know where to start. However, by narrowing it down to 100 questions and then letting you know that if I tell you to ask Alexa how to spell one word, you can ask her for any other word, then I have given you a lot of info in just 1 question. This is what I have attempted. You don’t need every single possibility pointed out to you. Simple examples should suffice. My book may be smaller, but it has a lot packed in it.
The link to the book is to the left of this post along the left border down a bit with the rest of my books. Simply click and decide. I would, of course, love to see the book being purchased, however, to me, it is more important that you know why I wrote it as I did.