You can now (legally) quote and share my instructions on how to get eBooks onto your reader.

A while back, I wrote up some detailed (but easy-to-follow) instructions on how to “sideload”. That is, how to get eBooks you’ve purchased directly from someone like me onto your phone, tablet, or eReader. 

There were a lot of partial instructions, but not many that actually covered everything and were still easy to read.  So I was happy with it…and I thought I’d put them up under a Creative Commons license, but apparently I didn’t. 

So I’ve fixed that error.

To officially announce it:

The text at http://alliterationink.com/loading.html of “Getting Your eBooks on Your Reader”
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. That means you can share and use the text, as long as you provide attribution back to that page and allow others to re-share your adaptations of the instructions in the same way.

The actual links to the license (and the instructions themselves) are at http://alliterationink.com/loading.html .

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