Sunday, February 26, 2012
Add ebooks saved on your computer to your kindle
Watch this video tutorial that quickly demonstrates how to load ebooks on your computer to your kindle.
People who own kindles can benefit from learning how to add ebooks and other content saved on their computers to their kindles with the usb cord connection. When you know how to do this you can purchase ebooks anywhere that offers a compatible format, download free samples from anywhere, and read your own personal or business content on your kindle. Expanding the ways you can enjoy your ebook reader will make it a more versatile device for you. Amazon naturally wants you to only access content from it, but not everyone appreciates having a giant company dictate access to content. It's good to have options.
I sell my novels as ebooks anywhere I can, but my favorite place to make a sale is at my website because the writer-to-reader model supports my creative business the most. Although it is easy for kindle users to access my novels through Amazon, I always encourage people to sample or buy directly from me because then I don't have to wait months to get paid and pay 30 percent to 65 percent of your purchase price to the retailer.
If you're willing to try saving an ebook to your computer and loading it onto your kindle, please download the epic fantasy Rys Rising: Book I for free. Select the .prc file for your kindle.
Thank you to goodereader.com for producing this video and sharing it.