Help & FAQ
We hope that we can answer most if not all your questions here.
The menu on the left will show you the topics we currently have information on. But please contact us if you want us to explain anything about the web site, publishing or the content we publish.
In fact, we would be interested in anything that you think would help you or others to have a better reading or writing experience.
What happens when I buy an audio?
When you have filled your Shopping Cart, been through the checkout process and paid for your purchases by Credit / Debit card you will have access to your Account Page where images of the products you have bought are displayed. Click on the image and you download a .pdf file of your download license for each audio. (See the image on the right.)
Download or view the .pdf file on your device and click on the link at the bottom of the license (indicated by the arrow in the image)
That will take you to the secure download page for each product.
If you use a mobile device some platforms such as Apple may not allow you to directly download a file see the details on the Download Page and see the note below.
Downloading audio content files from our download pages:
To access the audio file, right click on the individual Button link and use the ‘save as’ option from the drop down menu choice to save the MP3 file directly to your device or computer. Should you have any problem or query with any file please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the contact page
Apple Users please note:
On a MAC you use the Ctrl+Click command and select the ‘Download linked file’ menu option If you are using an iPad, don’t! You can’t download the audio, your OS doesn’t allow it. For more advice and information on how to download .mp3 files and others to your mobile Apple device go here: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3852623
What are eBooks?
eBooks are books that are available in digital format.
They are not meant to replace paper books. Instead, eBooks offer a new dimension to the written word, allowing books to be distributed and enjoyed so much more easily.eBooks are ordered online and delivered electronically to your computer. You save money with no shipping and the lowest prices.
What formats do you offer?
We offer our eBooks in the EPUB file format. The MOBI format is compatible with the Kindle e-reader, but we show you how to convert your e-book for the Kindle below.
What is an EPUB File?
A file with the EPUB file extension is an Open Publication Structure eBook file.
The Open Publication Structure eBook format is a popular and freely available eBook standard so most EPUB files you find will probably be of this format.
(see HowTo Convert an EPUB File below).
Plenty of iPhone and Android apps also exist that allow viewing of EPUB files. There's even a Firefox Add-on, EPUBReader, that allows you to read EPUB files in the browser just like other documents.
ePubfiles can be read by the Apple iPad, Barnes and Noble Nook, Sony Reader, BeBook, Bookeen Cybookv. 2.0, Adobe Digital Editions, Lexcycle Stanza, BookGlutton, AZARDI, Aldiko and WordPlayer on Android and the Mozilla Firefoxadd-on OpenBerg Lector.
Can I share my books with my friends?
These books have single user license and cannot be shared.
How to read EPub books on your Kindle
To read an epub file on Kindle you need Calibre which is free.
To Start – Download Calibre
Calibre is an ebook management software program. Install it on your computer where you want to connect your Kindle. Calibre works with Windows, Mac, and Linux. It will automatically recognize your Kindle when you plug it in and will handle the necessary conversion when you add a EPub to your Kindle.
Installing Calibre is as simple as downloading it and running the setup program, accepting the license, and then clicking install.
The last setup screen, shown below, offers you the option to run Calibre right away. Leave it checked and Calibre will start up.
There is no real need to configure anything further. Click Add Books to add your EPub books to the Calibre management system. Browse to the folder where the books are located and select the books you want, then add them.
Now connect your Kindle device. Once it is recognized you will see a new icon at the top of Calibre called Send to Device. Click to highlight the EPub books you wish to send to your Kindle and click this button.
You will be prompted to Auto-convert the file(s), just click Yes.
You will notice in the bottom-right corner of Calibre it will tell you the status of the jobs being performed. When the number is back to zero you can disconnect your Kindle.
It really is that easy and now you can read EPub books on your Kindle. These books will be backed up as the Kindle is backed up.
Welcome to the e-book revolution!
Monday, 14 May 2018 | James
Saturday, 12 May 2018 | Kathy
In My Handsí voice and scene setting is perfection. This is going to be an audio I revisit time and time again. So well done.