How to purchase my eBooks

For those who know what you’re doing and just want links, my books are available at the following online venues. Links will take you to my author page with book list on each site.

OmniLit    Smashwords    Barnes &Noble

 Amazon , Amazon UK  and Amazon DE and now Amazon Fr and Amazon ES and Amazon Italy

Also: iBooks (iTunes) and Kobo (limited titles) and Sony Reader Store and Diesel 

Also on Library Service: Blio (search for Jen Wylie)

For those of you new to the eBook world, here are instructions on how to purchase an eBook.

First of all, eBook stands for electronic book. What you will be buying is a file which will contain images of the book, including cover etc.

To start do you have an eBook reading device? There are a number of these hand held devices available. If not, don’t worry! You can also read eBooks right on your computer!

If you DO have a Kindle or a Nook or some other (reading device) see below. If not…keep reading.

OmniLit and Smashwords are online eBook stores which sells eBooks in a variety of formats.

OmniLit    Smashwords

If you don’t have an account already you can sign up for one free. (It only takes a minute!)

Once you have, find a book, or click on one of the above links which will take you to a list of my ebooks for sale.

You can then purchase. Your book will appear in your Library where you can then choose your download format.

To read on your computer, the best format is PDF (to be read with Adobe which most computers have) or HTML

After download you may also go back to your Library  and rate and review. :)

From FAQ on OmniLit site:

How do I know which format to purchase?

Adobe Acrobat (PDF) is the recommended choice for Macintosh, Windows PC, Sony Reader, or Windows Tablet. You can download Adobe Reader here

MS Reader (LIT) is the recommended choice for Pocket PC or if you want to read on both your Windows PC and Pocket PC. You can download MS Reader here

HTML is the recommended choice for Linux/Unix Computer, Franklin E-Bookman, eBookwise-1150, or Hiebook readers.

Mobipocket (PRC) is the recommended choice for Kindle, Windows CE, Handheld PC, Palm OS device, Pocket PC or an EPOC device. You can download Mobipocket here.

Palm DOC/iSolo (PDB) is the recommended choice for all devices that are Palm compatible, eReader users, or the Nook.

Franklin E-Bookman (FUB) is the recommended choice for Franklin E-Bookman devices.

Hiebook (KML) is the recommended choice for Hiebook devices.

Rocket (RB) is the recommended choice for Rocket, REB/1100, or eBookwise-1150

Open eBook (ePub) is the recommended choice for iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad users. You can download Stanza, which will allow you to reach eBooks on your desktop (MAC or PC), iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad here. We also recommend ePub for all Android users in conjunction with Aldiko. This format also is recommended for the Nook and all Sony Readers.

If you have a Kindle you may purchase the eBook at Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/)

Now available at Amazon UK  and Amazon DE too!

Open a new window. Go to the link above.

You haven’t already you will need to sign up for a free account.

You will see a link on the right hand side, buy now with 1-Click.

If you prefer you can also download the Kindle desktop application and read the book on your computer.

See links on right for How buying works, and available for your PC.

If you have a Nook device you can purchase at Barnes & Noble.

Again you will have to sign up for a free account if you don’t have one.

My books on B&N

These sites take either Paypal or Credit Cards for payment. ALL SITES ARE SECURE!

Signing up for accounts at any of these sites is free and quick. You don’t have to worry about a lot of emails from them either. Should you ever get one, sign in, go to setting and unclick anything saying you want news or updates.

Still have questions? Please feel free to email me!

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