I'm not sure what's going on with this book. The author is allegedly from Boston, Massachusetts, yet the book reads as if it were written by someone not familiar with the English language. The author bio at the front of the book is awkward and not well-written.
Even the legalese on the copyright page doesn't make sense,"Among the times of publishing and gathering website information the closing of sites is not uncommon. Resulting in typographical errors can be the transcription of URLs."
Then in the first chapter, "The good news is difficulty not to exist in improving your success on the Kindle." I know typos and goofs happen, and if this line in the actual book were the first evidence of something gone awry, I would keep reading. As I've shown, though, this book needs to be edited and proofread by someone who speaks fluent English, not translated using an internet search engine. I'm sure this book could be very helpful to someone if they were actually able to figure out what it says.