How to Download My E-book to Any Device As Well As Read It Online via Amazon

Here’s a short instructional video I made for you guys (people who bought my book) showing you precisely how to download a copy of my e-book to any device as well as how to simply read it online in your browser by using Amazon’s Cloud Reader that allows you to read any Kindle book in your library online just by logging into your Amazon account.

The first one embedded below is the version on YouTube.  For those people in countries where YouTube is blocked I have embedded the same video but hosted on iPlayerHD directly below the YouTube version so that you can view it, too (it also serves as a backup in case the YouTube one stops working for some reason). With regards to the YouTube version directly below, I highly recommended you view it in 720p by selecting the little gear icon in the bottom right hand corner of the video player window and put it in full screen mode by clicking the rectangular button also in the bottom right hand corner of the video player. Here’s the video on YouTube:

And here’s the video on iPlayerHD if that YouTube video above isn’t working for you (again, put it in full screen mode by clicking the little rectangle in the bottom right portion of the video player):

If you’re having any problems please don’t hesitate to contact me via my contact page on this website which you can get to by clicking here or just clicking on the “Contact” link in the “Navigation” menu which is on the upper left hand side of every page on this site.

Cheers,

Andrew

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