Discover all the hidden tricks, tips, and secrets on the Alexa app and Amazon Echo Dot with this info-packed bundle! So, I´ve decided to bundle my three best-selling books on the Alexa app and Amazon Echo Dot - all at a fraction of the cost. Each book was designed to help you maximize the benefits of the Amazon Echo Dot and use your Alexa app more effectively. Whether you´d like to program the Dot to work with your home speakers, have it order you an Uber, or command it to read your kids a bedtime story - it´s all here! (And much, much more!) The Amazon Echo and Echo Dot are rich with possibilities and programmable skills, which is why it took three books to cover it.Inside you´ll get the following: How to Program Alexa: Step-by-Step Guide to Programming Your Amazon Echo Dot and Alexa App for Exciting New SkillsIf you´ve recently purchased an Amazon smart device and are having trouble programming the Alexa app - then this guide will be your life raft! It covers a wide range of intuitive new skills you can easily program on Alexa. You´ll discover how to check your bank statements, manage your social media, conduct shopping lists, operate home appliances, get updates on vehicle maintenance requirements and much more with the Alexa app. Amazon Echo Dot: The Complete User Guide and Manual for Quickly Mastering Your Amazon Echo DotThis is an A-to-Z guide for the Amazon Echo Dot. It´s meant to take you from complete novice to an intermediate or advanced Echo Dot user, very quickly.Amazon Echo Dot: The Updated User Guide for Operating Your Alexa App and Amazon Echo DotLike the first two guides, this book tells you all you need to know about configuring and operating the Amazon Echo Dot. However, it goes much deeper into using and programming the miracle that makes it all happen: Alexa. Language: English. Narrator: Chuck Shelby. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/088529de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
When your Monday morning begins with a dead dog and ends with a dead boss, you know it´s going to be one of those days. And breakfast TV reporter Cora Baxter has already had the weekend from hell, where the man she´d planned a fabulous future with unceremoniously dumped her. Now Cora´s much-hated boss has been murdered. The list of suspects isn´t exactly short, but as the enquiry continues, the trail leads frighteningly close to home. Why is Cora´s rival - glamorous, bitchy newsreader Alice Lomas - so devastated by their boss´ death? What dark secrets are Cora´s camera crew hiding? And why has her now ex-boyfriend vanished? The race to stop the killer striking again is on.... Jackie Kabler worked as a newspaper reporter and then in television news for 20 years, including nearly a decade on GMTV. She later appeared on BBC and ITV news, presented a property show for Sky, hosted sports shows on Setanta Sports News and worked as a media trainer for the armed forces. She is now a presenter on shopping channel QVC. Jackie lives in Gloucestershire with her husband, who is a GP. ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Zara Ramm. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/028145de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Cora Baxter is back - and this time she´s facing the most important deadline of her career. When TV reporter Cora Baxter attends the scene of a murder in a London park, she´s horrified to discover the victim is someone she knows and devastated when one of her best friends is charged with the crime. Suddenly the fun-filled life of Cora and her eccentric camera crew takes a darker turn. Cora is convinced that her friend is innocent, but with seemingly solid evidence, the police investigation team - reluctantly led by Cora´s boyfriend, DCI Adam Bradberry - believe the case is closed. With a trail of clues that leads all the way to New York, can Cora find out the truth before the trial begins, or is it already too late? The Deadline is the second in the hugely popular Cora Baxter Mysteries series by acclaimed broadcaster Jackie Kabler. Jackie Kabler worked as a newspaper reporter and then in television news for 20 years, including nearly a decade on GMTV. She later appeared on BBC and ITV news, presented a property show for Sky, hosted sports shows on Setanta Sports News and worked as a media trainer for the armed forces. She is now a presenter on shopping channel QVC. Jackie lives in Gloucestershire with her husband, who is a GP. ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Zara Ramm. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/028146de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Chronicles the history of Tokyo over the last several centuries Includes accounts of what the city was like across the years After a series of conflicts among feudal lords, the new city of Edo became and remained Japan´s beating heart, and in the 17th century Edo gave birth to a vibrant, new urban culture marked by woodblock prints, the kabuki theater, and haiku poetry. By the 18th century, with its ranks swelled thanks to a flood of provincial daimyo, along with their households, clients, and retainers, Edo had become the most populous urban area in the world, a title Tokyo still can lay claim to today. In the latter 19th and 20th centuries, after the Tokugawa bakufu was overthrown by a modernizing and reforming central government under the Meiji emperor, Edo was renamed Tokyo and became Japan´s new imperial capital. The Meiji emperor wanted Tokyo to be a vibrant, bustling, cosmopolitan city that could be viewed as a meeting ground between the East and West. He also wanted Tokyo to showcase the bunmei kaika (civilization and enlightenment) that the new regime trumpeted, and today Tokyo remains an international center of culture, finance, and media, as well as home to Japan´s most prestigious research universities, its most fashionable shopping districts, the headquarters of its wealthiest corporations, and its largest museums. Now covering over 800 square miles, Tokyo´s skyline seems endlessly expansive, and it also seems to have taken some of the most noteworthy aspects of other great cities. In Shinjuku ward, Tokyo has skyscrapers that look like they belong in Manhattan, while in Minato, the Tokyo Tower instantly brings to mind the Eiffel Tower. To the west, the ward of Shibuya is full of enough neon lights to make Las Vegas blush, and the National Diet Building in Chiyoda houses Japan´s legislature and looks like a capitol building tourists might find across American states. ungekürzt. Language: English. Narrator: Richard Glass. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/038979de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.