Many beta readers and editors like to proofread on a Kindle or in a Kindle app. This process involves highlighting passages and taking notes on your Kindle. When you’ve finished your proofread, you’ll need a way to get those notes to the author.
Below are three options for retrieving your notes and highlights so you can share them with the author.
An Important Distinction
Amazon handles notes and highlights for
purchased books differently than those for
unpublished books, or personal documents. Notes and highlights for purchased
books are stored in your Amazon account. Notes and highlights for unpublished
books and documents are stored in the My Clippings file on your Kindle device.
Below are the steps you need to follow to retrieve your notes and highlights
for each kind of book.
For Purchased Books
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