Not quite sure where to put this, so I'll put it here. Hope that's ok. But as a writer, I often have to edit my books, make notes, spell check and all that. It can be tedious at best. Fortuantely, I found a great way of doing it. All you need is a Kindle reader, and a program to create eBooks that Kindle can read. I use Hamster Free eBook Converter myself, as it's free, and gets the job done quickly and easily. Now, with my new eBook ready, I can load it up on the Kindle device and read it as a normal book. But the best part is it's easy enough to highlight words and sentences while I read it, then bookmark the pages. Then, when I've finished reading the book, I can simply check all the bookmarks one after another, and immediately see all the stuff I highlighted. It makes spellchecking and editing a lot easier than doing it manually in MS Word, or programs like that. Printing it out in paper works too, but that takes some time, and will cost you a bit if you do it regulary. But converting the manuscript to an eBook and putting it on a Kindle device takes a few minutes, and is free. Other than the Kindle reader itself, of course.