Kindle Apps are available on almost every smartphone, tablet, and computer!
For instructions on how to install the free Kindle app, click here.
Option #2: Plan B
Whether you have a Nook or you have an iDevice and you just don’t like reading in a Kindle app, there’s another option for you. Purchase any of her books on Amazon and you’ll receive an emailed receipt. Email that receipt to receive a copy of the book in whatever format you’d like (Nook, iDevice, pdf). It’s very important that you specify which file type you need!
How to Use a Mobi File on Your Kindle
It’s very important to understand that if you’re requesting a Kindle (mobi) ARC, you cannot simply open it on your Kindle. There are a few things you have to do first.
Sideloading Kindle Fire with access to a computer (easiest):
Using a mini USB to USB cord, connect the Kindle Fire to a computer.
Download the e-book file on your computer.
Using a file explorer program, open up the Kindle (will show as a temporary drive). Also open the folder on the computer with the file.
Drag the e-book file from the computer to the Kindle Fire Books directory.
Follow your computer’s procedure for disconnecting peripheral devices. The book will now be available in the Kindle Fire’s “Books” tab.
Sideloading using only the Kindle Fire:
Download the e-book file to the Kindle Fire using either the browser or via email.
Download and install a file explorer program, such as ES File Explorer from Amazon APP market (it’s free).
Using the file explorer find the book file (it will be in the main Kindle directory) and copy it (press and hold the icon until the sub-menu pops up).
Go to the “Books” folder.
Paste the file (with ES Explorer you will need to select “Operations,” then hit paste).
Power Kindle Fire off and back on.
Book should be in the Books tab.