1. Where Can I Buy Your Books? Any online book retailer such as Amazon.com or BN.com,
or most larger brick and mortar bookstores.
2. Is iPad A Good Fit for Seniors? It’s a great fit! The price is lower than most
computers, there’s a ton of great apps seniors will love related to things like photo
sharing, travel, and investments, and it’s pretty darn easy to use and carry around.
3. Which of your books is best for me? IPad For Seniors For Dummies is a simple step-by-step
book with a minimum of description except for explanations of technical terms and
concepts less technical users may need to use iPad.
IPad All-in-one For Dummies is a complete reference book aimed more at the power
user. It covers basics of using iPad, but adds more detail about using each built-in
app including more advanced tips, a full minibook covering iWorks, another section
for road warriors, and a final minibook with extensive listings of great apps to
Frequently Asked Questions
Thanks! Thanks for visiting this site and for purchasing my books to help you on
your iPad adventure.
Also check out my other books, iPhone 5 For Seniors For Dummies if you’re an iPhone
user, and Kindle Fire HD For Dummies if you or somebody you know owns an Kindle Fire.
I have worked in the software industry at Symantec, and in the technology publishing
world at IDG Books (now part of Wiley Publishing), MacMillan, and Prima Publishing.
As a freelance author I have written over 70 technology books over the last 17 years,
on topics ranging from desktop applications to tablets and the Internet. In addition
I have co-authored two books with my husband, Earl Boysen: Nanotechnology For Dummies
and Electronics Projects For Dummies.
I live in the Pacific Northwest where I enjoy long walks, acting in community theater,
and helping animals in need.