If you're reading a sci-fi thriller or a fantasy masterpiece, chances are that it's going to be a bit difficult to keep all these fictitious characters and strange lands straight.
In "Game of Thrones" there's the Lannisters and the Starks, "Lord of the Rings" features gollums and hobbits and "Harry Potter" has all sorts of different terms for potions and spells. For me, it's too much to keep up with. If I want to keep it all straight, I have to take notes.
That's where today's download comes in. Available for Kindle and other eReaders, The Fictionary is a tool that lets you look up notes on these fictitious characters, places and terms, and access them easily when you need a reminder.
Better yet, resources within the Fictionary contain no spoilers, are available for most devices, are easy to install and offer the most advanced techniques to help you find the content you're looking for.
To get the Fictionary that goes with the book you're reading, you will first need to go to the Fictionary home page, scroll to the bottom of the page and click the blue box that says "View Available Fictionaries." Here you can enter the title of your current book, or enter the book's title in the search bar. Once your book is located, click the blue "Download" button appropriate for your eReader.
Once you're installed and ready to go, all you need to do is highlight the word, person or term in questions and you will see the Fictionary notes just as you would see a definition from the Kindle dictionary. It's as easy as that.