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EPUB and MOBI Versions of Our Books Now Available, and Free to All Purchasers

As a thank you to our fans, we’ve added EPUB and MOBI versions of all three of our books to each book’s download package, and if you bought any of our books in PDF (or received the PDF through another legitimate channel, like as a contest prize), you’re automatically entitled to a free update that includes the new files.

Many thanks to Robert Kern and Darren Hardy for creating these new versions! From conversion to tweaking to multi-platform testing, both of these guys knocked it out of the park.

Three channels allow automatic updates:

Email updates, including fresh download links, have already gone out for these channels. The ZIP files available to participating Bits & Mortar retailers have also been updated.

Other channels, including fulfillment by me through our Bits & Mortar guarantee, review copies, contest prizes, and the like don’t give me the opportunity to provide you with an automatic update. You’re still entitled to an update, though! You just need to send me proof of purchase, like a scan of your receipt or a photo of you holding your book, or an email if your case is an oddball one, and I’ll send you an update manually for every book you’ve bought from us.

Thank you very much for buying our books, and for supporting Gnome Stew and Engine Publishing!

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4 Comments To "EPUB and MOBI Versions of Our Books Now Available, and Free to All Purchasers"

#1 Comment By shortymonster On August 24, 2012 @ 1:31 am

Good call on the epub move. I know Kindle is the standard almost everywhere, but some of us went for a Sony ereader and can often feel left out.

#2 Comment By black campbell On August 24, 2012 @ 8:19 am

ePub is also much easier to work with than .mobi, which is a major shot to the tuchass….if it weren’t that Kindle is thevplatform to publish for, I’dvnever touch it.

#3 Comment By jtone On August 24, 2012 @ 7:13 pm

Thank you for doing this. This has convinced me to buy Never Unprepared to round out my collection of your books.

#4 Comment By Martin Ralya On August 24, 2012 @ 8:10 pm

I’m glad to hear that — thanks!