Can’t Get the Right Version of the Kindle eBook? Here’s how!

Hey, Reader,

Hope you are enjoying my new release, NEW HONEY IN TOWN. Reviewers are giving it a big thumbs up!

But if you're having trouble getting the right copy, let me show you how - with pictures, 'cause I'm a visual learner, and maybe you are too.

The book HAS BEEN UPDATED by Amazon, and they are now solely responsible for getting you the correct content.  Many readers have let me know they now HAVE THE RIGHT BOOK.

IF YOU DO need to give Amazon permission to push out updates on ebooks to you.

Here's how...

Update Kindle books automatically

  1. Go to YOUR Amazon account.
  2.  Click on Content and Devices. (see red arrow below)

          3. Click on "Preferences" tab. (see red circle below)

         4. Scroll Down to "Automatic Book Updates" & click it. (see red arrow below)

5. Click ON ... and bingo! You're done.

You should now receive the updated copy of NEW HONEY IN TOWN and any other Kindle ebook you buy. 

If you don't, PLEASE contact Amazon Customer Service for further help. They have a 'Contact Us' button at the bottom of every single page.



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Celita - November 30, 2018

If you don’t want to update ALL your Kindle books automatically, you should be able to search for just the one title and it should have an orange tag that says “Update Available” under the title. Click on that tag, choose Update, and it should update the title if it is on your Kindle device. If it is NOT on your Kindle, after you click Update, click on the ellipses and choose to send it to your device.

    Cathryn Cade - December 9, 2018


    Thank you for your addition to my instructions.


Wendy - December 18, 2018

Are you books available in Print?

    Cathryn Cade - December 26, 2018

    Getting the books in print is on my January 2019 to-do list!


TESSA - September 28, 2019

I am reading Club 3 and just finished 8 books of the Honey Collection, which I enjoyed fully. The stories are awesome. The only thing can say is as a Portlander, who lives in the Grove… I am a little thrown off by your geographic mistakes, in both series. For example, Coffee Creek is a womens prison. Doesn’t totally ruin the story telling, just throws the reader off. I am sure a New Yorker would feel the same reading a story set in their region having mistakes. Maybe, doing a little more research if your going to be as descriptive in regard to a real location.

    Cathryn Cade - October 1, 2019


    Thanks for taking the time to let me know this. I did spend several years in Vancouver WA across the river from Portland… so no excuse for my mistake there.

    I now live in the area where the Honey series takes place, so if you find geo mistakes there, let me know.


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