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    you can also download the books here and then send them to your kindle for a small fee. i think its like .50 a mB.

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    There is an Ebook management program called "Calibre" that is free software, and it has the ability to manage a library and also can convert Ebooks from PDF to Kindle (Mobi) format, Nook (Epub), PDF and several other formats .

    I have had pretty good luck with it on the conversion process.
    Take a look here if you are interested. <http://calibre-ebook.com/ >
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    Quote Originally Posted by happysidd View Post
    you can also download the books here and then send them to your kindle for a small fee. i think its like .50 a mB.
    if your Kindle email address is bushcraft62@kindle.com You can insert Free like this; bushcraft62@free.kindle.com That will allow you to bypass the fee charged to import your documents.

    http://www.amazon.com/forum/kindle?_...x3FCUK40SF0EXO

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    Hi all,

    There are lots of excellent books on all sorts of information on the kindle. Some of them are very cheap indeed. Probably because it is cheaper for the publisher to offer it on the ebook than print it.

    I actually wrote a kindle book on Friction fire myself which is availble to lend or buy on amazon. I wont give the name as I understand that it is not allowed.

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