My New eBook: The Pansentient League’s Guide to Spotify

I’m pleased to announce the release of The Pansentient League’s Guide to Spotify – my new eBook available now for Kindle ebook readers and apps!

Sample & buy from here

Sample & buy from here

Sample & buy from here


Here’s the press release:

The Pansentient League’s Guide to Spotify by Jer White is all about getting the best out of Spotify. Once you’ve learned the Spotify basics, this ebook will show you many useful Spotify tips and tricks and tell you about a whole range of additional features and services, including an in-depth look at the many Spotify community websites, apps and plugins. “I’ve been blogging about Spotify for over two years now,” says Jer, “so this ebook collects together all the best hints and advice I’ve picked up along the way.”

With chapters on how Spotify works, how to find new music, how to stream Spotify on games consoles and getting the best out of Spotify Mobile, The Pansentient League’s Guide to Spotify is ideal for anyone wanting to take their knowledge of Spotify beyond the basics.

The Pansentient League’s Guide to Spotify is out now, available as a Kindle ebook from amazon.


Why This eBook Is Cheap But Not Free

The Pansentient League’s Guide to Spotify is available at the amazingly low low price of only a few dollars! “Why is it so cheap?” I hear you ask (ahem). Well, mainly because it’s based on this blog and if you wanted to read most it you could do so by trawling through the archives freely available here. “Isn’t that a rip-off then?” I hear you cry. Not at all! Here’s why:

  • The content has been completely revised and updated. This blog’s Spotify archives go back over two years, and some of the older posts are now obsolete or very out of date. This ebook gave me the chance to rewrite and update what was still useful and relevant.
  • Related topics are arranged into chapters. Blog posts can come out in a fairly random order: one day you’re reading about some new Spotify feature, the next it’s an album review,  followed by a comparison of music services… this ebook groups related topics together to make for a much more consistent read.
  • Read offline. Since you download the entire ebook to your Kindle or Kindle app, you can read the book without the need of a network connection. Great for beach holidays, air travel, when you’re stuck underground for a while, broadband fails etc.
  • The ebook has been professionally edited and formatted. Writing several posts a week can sometimes take its toll, and spelling mistakes and glitches can find there way into the published articles. A professional editor has picked through this ebook with a fine-toothed comb to get rid of any annoying typos and bugs.
  • Exclusive content! While much of this ebook is available in some form or other on this blog, it contains some exclusive content you won’t find anywhere else.
  • Delivery costs. Amazon set a minimum price for ebooks and they also deduct a download delivery cost based on the size of the file. This ebook is the equivalent of 220 hardcopy pages and includes many full-color images, so it’s a little larger than most Kindle downloads.

I hope you consider making a small purchase of The Pansentient League’s Guide to Spotify: it’d make me very happy and is a great way to show your support for this blog.

Thanks very much!

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  • Conny


    Any chance it will be released in ePub format so that you can read it in a standard e-book reader?

  • Thanks Conny. This is my first ebook publication, so I used amazon’s kindle to start with as it seemed pretty easy to do. I’ll look into releasing it in ePub and maybe other formats soon, so stay tuned!

  • Juan Daniel Serrano

    I would really like to give this as a present for my dad who has been using spotify for a few months now but is not very computer savvy…is there any way it can be bought,  downloaded and printed on plain old paper?

  • Hi Juan, currently my book is only available as an ebook for Kindle I’m afraid, but I hope to release it in other formats in the future. Perhaps your dad might prefer the forthcoming “Spotify for Dummies” book which you can buy as an actual hardcopy? It’s also aimed at the slightly less computer-savvy reader so I think that might be better suited for him.

  • Juan Daniel Serrano

    That does sound like a better fit for him…thanks for the advice. I hope to see your book available in other formats to get a copy for myself soon!

    BTW, congratulations on your new book…I hope it sells a lot of copies so it can foster the growth of both your (wonderful) blog and the Spotify community and resources!

  • Too bad it’s only available for Kindle…

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