The Kindle eBook readers are very popular devices and for good reasons. They work well and are reasonably priced. However, Kindle devices are not limited to downloading books from Amazon. Did you know that you can publish your own documents or even digital books (up to 50 megabytes in size) or MP3, or Audible files you already own to your Kindle device? In fact, you can publish them to your own Kindle as well as to Kindles owned by friends and family, assuming that each Kindle owner gives you permission to do so.
Denise Barrett Olson has written a great article that describes how to copy documents to Kindle devices. You can read the article on FamilySearch's Tech Tips at http://goo.gl/5eR4a. Another "how to" article may be found on Amazon.com at http://goo.gl/e7FPm.
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