Just because you’re on the move doesn’t mean you can’t work on your Kindle book. Sure, it is a little more tricky, but just imagine how much further along you could be with your Kindle book if you could unlock some of the travel time and use it to write.
In this article, I’m going to break down the main ways you can get more of your Kindle book down when you’re on the move.
1. Use A Netbook/Notebook Laptop.
A really good way of effectively and efficiently churning out pages of your Kindle book while you are traveling is to use a netbook or notebook laptop. Unlike conventional laptops, netbooks and notebooks are smaller, lighter and often have much better battery life.
2. Use a tablet.
Using a tablet is a good option when you’re on the move. A tablet takes up less room than most laptops and you can buy a tablet that is more than capable of allowing you to write on the move for a lot less than a conventional laptop or notebook/netbook, in most cases.
3. Use a smartphone.
For those that find both laptops and tablets too big and clunky for their travels, we recommend the trusty smartphone. You will be surprised at how much high-quality writing you can do on a smartphone. We suggest getting a smartphone with a screen that is 4.7 inches or more.
4. Use a hardback notebook.
Not a fan of high tech? Then we recommend a hardback notepad for producing content for your Kindle book when you’re on the move. We have suggested a hardback notebook as you won’t have to struggle to find somewhere flat and hard to lean your notebook on.
5. Use text to speech.
If you’re traveling and don’t have your hands free then we highly recommend installing text to speech software on your laptop, tablet or phone. The text to speech software won’t translate your voice to text with perfect grammar, spelling, and punctuation, but it will be close enough and will mean you can get pages of your Kindle book done while you have both hands on a steering wheel. You can always edit it later.