THANK YOU!!!!! I hope you like it.
But I have had questions from readers who are quite experienced with their e-readers, yet still are a bit confused by how the annotation process works on the device. That's understandable. I have hundreds of books on my Kindle, but this may be the only one that has this style of annotation, which, I think you will see, is pretty cool.
So here goes:
When you see a sentence with a raised number by it, tap the number. You will be taken to an annotation page. When you are finished reading the annotation, you will see the word "BACK." Tap it, and back to the story you go.
In the paperback version, the annotations are on the side of the page, so no tapping.
As of right now, the book is #13 in the Kindle store under the category of Folklore and Mythology! Woohoo!
While I'm here, some more Dante Gabriel Rossetti. All of the images are from Artmagick.com, which I consider one of the most beautiful, inspiring destinations on the Internet.
|"Before the Battle, by Rossetti|
|"Helen of Troy," by Rossetti|
|"Lady Lilith," by Rossetti|