All the ebooks have color covers, and may have color illustrations - the eInk Kindle hand held units display ebooks in shades of gray.
eNet Press publishes each ebook initially in 3 formats: .epub (most eReaders), .mobi (Amazon Kindle format), and .pdf (most computers and hand helds). Most of the ebooks have color covers, and may have color illustrations. Note: the Kindle hand held unit (not color) displays ebooks in shades of gray.
ePub is a free and open standard set by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF). Files have the extension .epub. Most eReaders and computers can read documents in the .ePub format usinng Adobe Digital Editions, a free ePub reader for Macs and Windows.
PDF is an almost universal format, readable by computers and devices in Adobe Reader, which is available free from Adobe.com. There are also other .pdf readers available, some specially designed for particular devices.
Mobi is used by Kindle apps and devices. If you are going to be reading only on a Kindle, you can purchase your eNet Press books directly from Amazon for easy download directly into your Kindle.
If you have a computer, use your computer's browser to access the eNet Press store, purchase an ebook, and download the ebook with the .mobi format button. After downloading, go to the Download location on your computer, move the ebook file (a blue book with an a) named with your book title to wherever you keep your ebook files, or to your desktop.
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