How to Get Your ePub Books on Your Kindle

How to Get Your ePub Books on Your Kindle

So you purchased an e-book from a website that uses ePub file types – so how do you get this book onto your Kindle? If you’ve ever tried sending an ePub to your Kindle, you likely learned quickly that Kindle does not support ePub. In fact, the file type that Kindle supports is called Mobi – but how does this help you get that book onto your Kindle and ready to read? Or perhaps you want to read your own book on your Kindle to proof it before publishing. There is a simple option that can help you get that book onto your e-reader!  Read more

Hot Reads: New York Times’ Summer Book Review

Hot Reads: New York Times’ Summer Book Review

Summer is just around the corner (the first official day is June 21), and we’re so excited to hit the beach and crack open our new books! If you’re still not sure what to pick up this summer, then check out the New York Times’ review of 75 titles in nine different categories. Don’t forget that we have plenty of summer-worthy reads in our own Elite Online Publishing library. Now dive in!

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Free Kindle Books Available From AmazonCrossing – In Celebration of World Book Day

Free Kindle Books Available From AmazonCrossing – In Celebration of World Book Day

World Book Day Gift From AmazonCrossing!

AmazonCrossing Aims to Connect One Million Readers with Kindle Books in Translation

For one week, U.S. customers can download free Kindle books in translation from a diverse list of nine books curated by AmazonCrossing editors

Visit amazon.com/readtheworld to download free books in translation and #readtheworld

AmazonCrossing is the largest publisher of translated fiction in the United States. They are allowing U.S. readers to download free Kindle books in translation for one week in honor of World Book Day! April 23rd is a celebration of reading across the globe. Customers can download the English translation of award-winning foreign books curated by AmazonCrossing editors till 11:59pm PDT on April 24 by visiting amazon.com/readtheworld. They believe books have the power to connect us across language, country, and culture and aim to reach one million readers in honor of World Book Day.

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