As time allows we are converting our books over to eBooks. The first sample edition is from Allen Griffith, The Christian Response to Culture Collapse in the USA.
Our eBooks can also be converted over to Kindle readers.
Sending Personal Documents to Kindle
Kindle makes it easy to take your personal documents with you. Each Kindle has a unique and customizable e-mail address you can set on your Manage Your Kindle page. You can send unprotected Microsoft Word, PDF, HTML, TXT, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, PRC and MOBI files to your Kindle e-mail address.
To access your personal documents on your Kindle, send attachments to your Kindle's e-mail address ("name"@free.kindle.com). The files will be sent to your Kindle via the Wi-Fi connection and also to the e-mail address associated with your Amazon.com account at no charge.
To have your PDF documents converted to Kindle format so you can take advantage of functionality such as variable font size, annotation, Text-to-Speech, etc., type "Convert" in the subject of the e-mail when you submit your personal document to "name"@free.kindle.com. Image-heavy PDF files are presented in landscape orientation and don't work with devices that have auto-rotation, so those will be delivered in the Kindle format.
You can also transfer personal documents to your Kindle at no charge using your USB connection. Using your Kindle's e-mail address:
When you register your Kindle, you'll automatically set up two e-mail addresses you'll use to send files to your Kindle: "name"@free.kindle.com and "name"@kindle.com. You can find this address from your Kindle's Home screen: Press the Menu button and select Settings. Your Kindle's "name"@kindle.com e-mail address is listed under Device E-mail. Use the same name to also send documents to your Kindle at "name"@free.kindle.com.