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12th-Jan-2011 06:36 pm
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So, I have a Kindle *cheers*

I have been putting fic on my Kindle and I really really want to put 'Repossession' on there to read it ...

Does anyone have it in either PDF or text who would be willing to share?


my email is: angel_lover_1999@yahoo.com
Comments 
13th-Jan-2011 03:49 am (UTC)
hey, if you get it, let me know how much it costs to add it to your kindle. I want to add some fanfics to mine as well. I love my Kindle. Have had it for almost a year.
13th-Jan-2011 03:53 am (UTC)
It actually doesn't cost anything. If it's in text, then I send it to my free Kindle email ( __________@free.kindle.com ) and then it sends it to me in a format that I can download and then transfer to my Kindle by hooking it up to my laptop and tranferring it.

If it's a PDF, then I save it as text first and then do what I did above.

Your computer should see the Kindle as a USB storage device when you plug it in, and you can just copy and paste into the Documents folder of your Kindle :D
13th-Jan-2011 04:59 am (UTC)
From what I know its not in PDF or any other format. You need to copy and past it in word and then convert it to PDF if you have word 2007. Then you can send it to your Kindle either to the @free.kindle or the regular one.

If you converted it to PDF and want to send it to your Kindle then you can put convert in the subject line and then amazon will attempt to format the PDF into a full pdf so that you may have more to play with.

13th-Jan-2011 05:03 am (UTC)
I can send txt files to the @free.kindle email and then download it to my computer and then upload it onto my Kindle by plugging my Kindle into my computer. It looks just like the books that I buy ...
13th-Jan-2011 05:13 am (UTC)
It does. I just send it straight to my Kindle. I dont bother going through my laptop or computer. Neither of them want to talk to my Kindle very well, so its just easier to send it straight to my Kindle.
13th-Jan-2011 06:32 am (UTC)
I have it in 5 MSWord .docs I can send. It shouldn't take you five minutes to c&p them into a txt file.
13th-Jan-2011 06:35 am (UTC)
I was just in the process of copying it to make a pdf for her, can I have the txt files too?

shdwslayer@gmail.com if you decide to send it. =)

Edited at 2011-01-13 06:36 am (UTC)
13th-Jan-2011 02:54 pm (UTC)
Thanks! I found it in my email this morning!!!! Thanks so much!!!
13th-Jan-2011 03:19 pm (UTC)
I'm sorry but can you possibly send it to me too. my email is gough_me@yahoo.com
13th-Jan-2011 03:20 pm (UTC)
I'm sorry but can you possibly send it to me too. my email is gough_me@yahoo.com

thanks
13th-Jan-2011 07:09 pm (UTC)
Errr bet you can gues what I'm going to ask... could you send it to me skargasm @ gmail . com please!!
13th-Jan-2011 05:15 pm (UTC) - Repossession
Me too, please!

devilfruituser@yahoo.com
13th-Jan-2011 06:14 pm (UTC)
me as well? divabrady@yahoo.com
Thanks
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13th-Jan-2011 09:28 pm (UTC)
I made this into a pdf here.
15th-Jan-2011 06:37 am (UTC)
You could Just Use Calibre to take the html and turn it in to an e-pub or a mobi file. Kindle doesn't read e-pub, Nooks, Sony e-readers, and Kobo do. Kindle will read .mobi; Anyway as long as the e-pub file isn't DRMed Calibre will easily turn it into a file format you Kindle will read, that way you can have both format in case you ever change e-readers.

The new Kindle's and Nook's both natively read PDF's so if you have a PDF you don't need to send it to the auto generator to get the e-book in you kindle e-mail

*I have not used Calibre myself to do this. My sister has, and I now have several fics I like on my kindle. Te good thing about creating the e-book yourself is you can control the table of contents so it is active. A lot of auto geneerated e-books do not have a Table of Contents.

Also if you plan on posting the e-book file of "Repossession" try to e-mail the author first just in case she doesn't actually want her fic as an e-book.
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