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How to put E-Books on Kindle?


The Amazon Kindle is an exemplary e-book reader inextricably linked to the Amazon ecosystem. If you have a Fire tablet or a smartphone, you can add to your library with other e-reading apps, but with the E Ink Kindles (including the Paperwhite and Oasis, you’re pretty much stuck with Amazon’s material.

The Kindle e-readers from Amazon have endured the test of time. And if all you want to do is purchase and read books from Amazon, everything should go well. But what if you have a USB drive full of (legally obtained) e-books? What is the best way to read them on your Kindle? This article will cover your choices and how to transfer files to a Kindle.

Find Your Kindle Email to upload the e-book.

put E-Books on Kindle

Adding E-books to your Kindle by email is the simplest method.

  • Using your PC’s Web browser, go to to acquire your Kindle’s email address.
  • Select the appropriate Kindle from the gallery below by tapping “Your Devices.”
  • The Kindle’s email address may be seen next to “Email.”
  • Afterward, go to “Settings” and scroll down to “approved personal document e-mail list.”
  • Add the email address you want to send your books from by clicking “add a new authorized e-mail address.”
  • For this to operate, your Kindle must be on connection to a Wi-Fi or 3G network. Of course, it doesn’t have to be your home network; you might use a cafe or a public library, for example.

Choose Your E-Book Format you want to put

put E-Books on Kindle

Now that you know how to transmit an e-book to your Kindle through email, the next step is to decide the format of your e-book, which will dictate how to send it.

E-Book Format: Mobi Format

While Amazon no longer supports the Mobi format for new and updated reflowable ebooks in the Mobi format, current Mobi e-books are still readable on the Kindle.

Attach the document to an email and send it to your Kindle’s email address (with any subject and nothing in the email body), and it should arrive on your Kindle shortly. If you connect your Kindle to your PC via USB, you may also drag and drop the file onto your device.

E-Book Format: PDF Format

Amazon can automatically convert PDFs to Kindle format, but you have two formatting options. Simply email the.pdf file to your Kindle’s address without a subject field if you want your Kindle to show every page in the PDF as a graphic of your e-book.

The layout and visuals will be preserved, but the text size may be too tiny to read. If you’re okay with this type of formatting, you may also use a USB cord to connect your Kindle to your PC and drag and drop the file onto the device.

E-Book Format: EPUB Format

EPUB is a popular e-book format on the Internet, but the Kindle doesn’t support it. That’s fine; you can convert.epub files to Mobi files to read on your Kindle.

Calibre, a free piece of software, is the key. Although bypassing the copy protection on books purchased from Amazon or some other shops is prohibited, Calibre can reformat virtually any sort of ebook for practically any kind of ebook reader.

Calibre is compatible with both Windows and Mac computers. When you first install the program, it asks for your ebook reader model and offers that you send the books by email.

Where Do My E-books Show Up?

How to put E-Books on Kindle?

Go to your Kindle and hit Home > Your Library once you’ve sent your e-book. If your Kindle is hooked to Wi-Fi (or 3G), it should upgrade immediately, and the ebook should appear after a few minutes.

Would you like to get rid of the ebook? Delete Download to remove it from your Kindle or permanently delete it from your Amazon account by tapping the three dots on the bottom right of your ebook in Your Library.

So, Where Do I Get Free Ebooks?

Free e-books may be found in a variety of locations. Calibre includes a decent metasearch engine, and you can search by title or writer by clicking Get Books. However, it isn’t the most user-friendly for surfing, so it’s ideal if you know precisely what you’re searching for.

If you have access to a public library in the United States, consider downloading the Overdrive Media Console. It connects to public library catalogs and allows you to download Kindle books from Amazon on both Windows and Mac computers. The Overdrive Web site for your library may be found at, and the Overdrive Send-to-Kindle instructions can be found here.

Project Gutenberg is a beautiful place to start if you’re looking for classics. Project Gutenberg includes approximately 50,000 copyright-free e-books and has been operating almost as long as the Internet. Open Library offers many more books for download and a lending system that isn’t compatible with Kindles. Check out for historical and scholarly texts.

Can I upload my book on Kindle for free?

With Kindle Direct Publishing, you can self-publish e-books and paperbacks for free and reach millions of users on Amazon. Get to market as soon as possible. It takes less than 5 minutes to publish, and your book will be available in Kindle retailers worldwide within 24-48 hours.

How do I transfer books from my computer to my Kindle via USB?

If you have files on your computer that you need to transfer to your Kindle Paperwhite e-book, it’s simple. While emailing or sending documents to your Kindle Paperwhite is straightforward, connecting your Kindle by USB and transferring books using drag-and-drop is also simple.

Through the USB connection, Macintosh and Windows users may download and transfer Kindle material and sensitive documents from their computers to their Kindles. The Kindle appears as a detachable mass-storage device when connected to a computer.


One inquiry is frequently how to load and put ebooks onto a new Kindle. These various ways are: Cloud, Caliber, send to kindle apps, email, through USB, internet browser.

On the off chance that you had a past Kindle, you don’t have to do anything. All your bought Kindle ebooks will automatically be accessible on your new Kindle, complete with every one of your highlights, bookmarks, last page read, etc.
Kindles support a couple of formats, notwithstanding Kindle formats, including PDF, TXT, MOBI, and PRC.

Amazon likewise offers a free conversion service that can convert HTML, DOC, DOCX, JPEG, GIF, PNG, and BMP files to Kindle format.





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