There are various websites and platforms that you may use to get all the Kindle eBooks that you would ever need. Even better, there are even some websites that give out copies of these eBooks without even charging anything. All you would have to do is to ensure that you will be able to upload the copies to your Kindle reader. After securing the eBooks that you want and ensuring that you stick to highly reliable sources, you should be able to properly load the books to your reader for you to be able to access them.
Most Kindle eBooks website will allow you to download your eBook directly to your computer. Since you would most likely be using your computer to access the websites, clicking the download button will allow you to secure a copy to your own device. After your download completes, you may simple connect our Kindle to your computer and transfer the file. Run your Kindle before unplugging it from your computer to ensure that the file is transferred correctly. You may also run an antivirus check on the eBook file before transferring it to ensure that your reader will remain virus free.
If you are in a Wifi zone, then you may as well access the Kindle eBooks website directly from your reader. Since most Kindle models are Wifi ready, you would have no problem in loading the books directly to your device. Just make sure that you stick to file formats that are compatible with your reader. For Kindle, you would do well by sticking to files that have .txt and .prc extensions. After you click on the download link, your eBook download should begin at once. After the download finishes, the icon for your eBook should be visible on your Home screen.
Finally, you may loan Kindle eBooks to your reader using your email and your own computer. You may send the .txt file to your Kindle mailbox and retrieve it from there. If you are buying your eBooks from Amazon, on the other hand, you may ask the site to deliver the copy straight to your email address. After the copy is sent, you may download it to your computer and transfer it to your Kindle reader via a connector or a flash disk. If you want, you may also use your Kindle reader to access your mail and download the book directly through it.