Free Guide to DNA Testing

Richard Hill has written a genealogist’s Guide to DNA Testing. Best of all, the Guide is available free of change from now through September 2 as a Kindle ebook from Amazon. The ebook will revert to its normal price on September 3, 2017.

NOTE: Anybody can read Kindle books—even without a Kindle device—with the FREE Kindle app for smartphones, tablets and computers. You can read Kindle format ebooks on Kindle devices as well as on iPads, iPhones, Android phones and tablets, Windows, Macintosh, and in any sort if computer that can open a web browser and use the Kindle Cloud Reader. For more information about reading Kindle ebooks on non-Kindle devices, see my earlier article at: http://bit.ly/2xvLx4Z.

Richard Hill’s Guide to DNA Testing is now available as version 3, updated to cover new tests and additional information. The Guide is intended to be a short, easy-to-understand introduction for people who aren’t yet interested enough to devote more time to the subject. Links to longer books and many other resources are useful to anyone.

For any temporarily free book on Amazon, including Richard Hill’s Guide to DNA Testing, you should choose the Buy for $0.00 option. The book may be found on Amazon at: http://bit.ly/GuideDNA.

See the press release at https://www.prlog.org/12661142-guide-to-dna-testing-free-ebook-for-limited-time-on-amazon-kindle.html for more information.

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The pub date on Amazon is October 3, 2013. Is this the LATEST version?

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It is free only if you PAY for Kindle Unlimited

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I already have Version 2.0 book downloaded in 2014 in my Kindle for PC & so Amazon won’t let me download Version 3. Can anyone please tell me the steps to obtain the new Version 3? Thanks so much.

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    If you bought the earlier version, Amazon will not you get the new version. To them it’s the same book even though the file has been replaced with a new one. Some people have said you can erase the old book completely from your account and then get the new one. But I had problems doing that. So I set up a workaround where people can download a free PDF file from my web site. I don’t mind sharing that; but my site can’t handle high volumes of simultaneous downloads like Amazon. So I emphasize the Kindle option. http://www.dna-testing-adviser.com/PDF.html

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    Richard,
    Thank you very much for reply and the link. I have just downloaded the Version 3 & look forward to reading it.

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Is there no hard copy of this book available?

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    My Guide to DNA Testing only exists as an eBook or a PDF file. First of all, it’s very short and the cost per page of producing hardcopies would be prohibitive. Secondly, one of the most useful features is the live links to various resources. That saves readers from typing in long URLs.

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has the free link expired as it is charging me $2.99?

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    —> has the free link expired

    Yes.

    As stated in the article, “Best of all, the Guide is available free of change from now through September 2 as a Kindle ebook from Amazon. The ebook will revert to its normal price on September 3, 2017.

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