HOW TO GET WRITING ADVICE FROM ME:
1. I do live videos on writing, & these are archived for Patreon members at the $9 or up level.
2. I do some editing.
3. I have a Patreon tier for a phone call with me to ask writing or publishing industry questions.
HOW TO GET ME TO READ YOUR BOOK OR SEND THINGS TO ME:
Send it to Melissa Marr, PO Box 1523, MESA AZ, 85211 I make ZERO promises, but I keep books beside me pretty nonstop. If I read & love it, I'll tweet, etc. If I DO NOT TWEET, it likely means I'm just too damn busy to read right now.
HOW TO GET A SIGNED BOOK FROM ME:
Thank you for buying directly from me! All of the ebooks that I have for sale are available as both .epub and .mobi files. MOST of my print editions include ebook editions.
HOW TO READ YOUR EBOOK YOU BOUGHT FROM THIS SITE:
EBOOK TRANSFER-- WHICH FORMAT DO YOU NEED?:
The type of ebook file you need to purchase will depend upon your device.
1. If you use Kindle, Kindle Fire, or the Kindle App:
You’ll want to download the .mobi file of the ebook. They do not support .epub files.
2. If you use iPad, Nook, Nook Tablet, the Sony Reader, the Kobo eReader, or any of these apps:
You’ll want to download the .epub file of the ebook. They do not support .mobi files.
UPLOADING YOUR EBOOK TO YOUR DEVICE
There are too many different types of ereaders for us to provide instructions for each. However, the general principle behind loading your new ebook onto your ereading device is the same across all ereader devices and platforms:
The specific steps involved for your ereader will depend on which one you have, along with the version or model, and the generation number.
If you have any questions about how to load an ebook to your specific device, please check your user manual or the manufacturer’s website for full instructions.
(Used with Permission. SOURCE: Thea Harrison)
ANOTHER OPTION WITH KINDLE (or "how I do it"):
In your Amazon account, there is an email address to send documents to your kindle. I simply email each file to my Kindle. I do this with my own books, academic articles, etc.
ANOTHER OPTION WITH iPad (or "how I do it"):
I open the downloaded file via my email or Cloud storage.
Almost every book of mine is available at Amazon, Apple, Kobo, B&N. The distinction is that they get a percentage of sales--which is fine if the hassle is too irritating. I get it! However, I also provide ebook downloads for many of my print books (which they ought to do too & it makes me rage that they don't, tbh). So I thought I'd share instructions just in case.