Best formats for e-readers

All books sold on Noel Whittaker Ebooks come in 3 formats to suit all the most popular reading devices. It's important to know which one is best for your reader.

For most readers including Apple Devices e.g iBooks, The Nook and Android devices choose: EPUB

For the Amazon Kindle: MOBI

For all other uses, such as home computer or laptop: PDF 

When you purchase an ebook from our site, a link to download the book will appear on the thank-you page generated after payment. Click on the link to download the book and look in your download folder for the file.

For iPads and iPhones using Ibooks Download the file, then double click and the file should launch in your computer's reader and in most cases will automatically load it into your iBooks library on iTunes, then it will be on your device next time you sync it.

How to load your ebook (.mobi) on your kindle.

Did you know your Kindle has its own email address? The easiest way is to just email your downloaded .mobi file to your kindle. 

To find out your Kindle's email address;

Go to Manage Your Content and Devices.
From Settings, scroll down to Personal Document Settings.
Under Send-to-Kindle Email Settings, your Send to Kindle email address will be listed.

If this is the first time you've done this, you may need to authorise the email address you're sending the file from.

To do that, Click here, then From Settings, scroll down to Personal Document Settings. Under Approved Personal Document E-mail List, check if your email address is listed. If, if not, select Add a new approved e-mail address and enter it.

Then simply find the .mobi file you just downloaded and sent it as an attachment to your Kindle's email address.

How to Manually Load your ebook onto your Kindle.

Connect your Kindle device to your computer with the USB cable. Your device will appear in the same location on your computer that external USB drives appear.
Windows: Your device will appear in the Computer or My Computer folder.
Mac: Your device will appear on the desktop.
Open the device folder, and then open the Documents or Internal Documents folder.
Locate the downloaded file on your computer, and then drag and drop the compatible file into the appropriate folder. Depending on your device type, the folder names may vary.
For example, on Kindle Paperwhite, move books to the Documents folder. On Kindle Fire tablets, move books to the Books folder.
Safely disconnect your device from your computer once the transfer is complete.