You’ve Got to read my ebook before you can find out how to use it

Hacker News article You’ve got to read this book before you start using it. 

If you don’t, you won’t know how to read it.

In fact, if you do read it, you will be amazed. 

In this article, we’ll explain how you can read this ebook and use it for your own purposes. 

I’ve included links to Amazon Kindle and Smashwords in the book as well.

If you want to buy the ebook yourself, you can get the code on Smashwords and Amazon. 

Read the book in full before you begin. 

How do I use it?

You’ll need to download this book as an ebook for your Kindle device. 

Go to this link, download and install the free ebook, Ebook Creator, or use this one. 

Once you have the ebook ready, open it in Evernote or a free app like Evernot. 

Choose your topics, and set them as you wish. 

Use the bookmark bar to bookmark this section, or the menu button to open it from the bottom of the page. 

When you want it open in a different app, tap the “Open in new app” button. 

Open your book in Google Chrome, or Safari, or any other web browser. 

Select your title, subtitle, and/or author. 

You can choose to share your eBook with friends or family. 

Make sure you are using the correct version of the software for your device, and that you are also using the right permissions for the eBook. 

Your book will now open. 

What are the rules for using an ebook? 

If your book contains images or other text that you can’t read, click the image or text link, or click the “Hide images” button to remove the image. 

Note that this may not work for everyone.

If this doesn’t work for you, check the FAQ for a guide to reading ebook files. 

Do I need to be logged in to access the book? 

No, you don: You don’t need to have an account to use an ebook. 

But you do need to sign up for an account, and it will let you view your eBook in its entirety. 

For details, check out Ebooks.gov. 

Is it free? 

It’s free, but the eBook Creator requires registration. 

The ebook creator has no advertising or sponsored content. 

And it has an unlimited number of books, and you can view them on a per book basis. 

Are you able to make changes? 

You are able to. Check out the “Change settings” section in the ebook creator, and click the “+” sign next to the book title to edit your settings. 

Here’s a sample: A few tips for using the ebook Book Titles: Choose a title that best describes what your book is about. 

Create titles that highlight the theme of the book. 

It will be easier to read and understand. 

Give your book a title and description that describe your content, and make sure you use it in your ebook. 

 For example, a good title is The Unwritten Code: What It Is, What It Does, and Why You Should Care. 

Avoid titles that don’t explain the book’s subject. 

These could be Why You Should Be Worried, Why You Might Need It, or Why You Don’t. 

Write a title on the cover that conveys your message. 

Some examples include This Is Not How Things Were: The Book That Changed Everything, Why I Hate To See People Go, and The Truth About My Life. 

Publish it in a digital format. 

This will make it easy to share it on social media, and in a Kindle book. 

 Publish the ebook on Amazon.com. 

EBook Publishing is a very powerful tool. 

So, use it! 

It may seem like it, but don’t forget to sign in to your account to save and share your book.

You can do this in the eBook creator. 

Don’t forget the ebook! 

EBooks.gov also has some additional tips to help you with eBook creation and editing. 

Follow the link to register for an eBook Creator account. 

Want to learn more about Ebooks? 

Learn about the Kindle app, and learn how to get started with your Kindle. 

Get help with your ebook or Kindle book, and get access to the eBook editor. 

Visit Eebooks.gov for a list of Ebooks. 

Subscribe to the Amazon Kindle newsletter to receive a free ebook every week. 

Like this article? 

Do you want more of my posts? 

Please consider helping me out. 

Thank you! 

Follow me on Twitter and Facebook to receive updates about this and other articles.