Why Only Ebooks?
Telling Your Story – A How-To Guide and Workbook for Preserving Yours is only sold as an ebook. Because the guide is not printed, we are able to remain competitive in our price and save you on shipping costs.
What is an Ebook?
An ebook is an electronic file, a digital edition of a book-length publication. Upon purchase of your ebook, you'll be sent a link to download and save the file on your computer. Choose (or create) a folder on your computer to save it in so you'll remember where it is. Now you can access and read the ebook on your computer anytime, anywhere. Once downloaded, you will not require an Internet connection to read it.
What Type of File is the Ebook?
How can I Read an Ebook on the Road?
If you have a smart phone or tablet of any type, you can have the guide at your fingertips at all times, even when you have no Internet connection. Just follow these simple steps to add the ebook to your device:
Read it on Your iPhone or iPad
The Guides are Copyrighted. Can I Print Them?
You own the guide. Of course you may print a copy for your own use - either on your own printer or at a print shop such as Staples (they will charge per page). Tip: Printing in black and white is generally less than half the cost of color. The easiest way to take the file to a print shop is to transfer it to a USB thumb drive. If the print shop requests consent from the author, simply show them your proof of purchase or contact us; We are happy to send permission.
Can I read the guide on my Ereader?
The most popular readers, Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and Sony Reader, require various file formats to render properly. At the moment, We are unable to offer a selection of formats to suit every requirement. The PDF is still the most common and widely accepted format and it works well on all devices (whether PC or Mac) except for ebook readers. While you can try, I cannot guarantee that the our guide will load or display correctly on your ebook reader. Some clients have reported success and others have managed to convert the PDF file into a suitable format using a free file converter such as Calibre.
View our guide.