Read your ePub on your iPad!


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Sometimes you buy or download a book and you want to be able to read it wherever you go. What better way to read than on a device you have with you all the time? With the rise of tablets, the rise of iPads has also come. It’s easy to get an independently purchased book onto your iPad so that you don’t have to squint at a computer screen for hours while reading a good book. Just follow the steps below and you’ll be reading in no time.


How do I get it?

  1. Make sure you have the iBooks app on your device.
  2. Download the ePub to a special folder so that you know exactly where it is on your computer.
  3. Open your iTunes program on your computer.
  4. Go to the folder you saved the ePub in and drag and drop  it into your iTunes library.
  5. Connect your iPad (or other device) to your computer.
  6. Check the “Books” tab in iTunes to make sure the ePub file is in the sync queue, then press “Sync” to add it to your device.

Want to download your file to another device?

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  1. I loved your book. I couldn’t stop reading it once I picked it up. I love the detail in which you discribe the land and animals. I can picture it all in my head, which leads me to another question. Have you thought about making a movie of these books? I think it would be fantastic!! With all the different lands and people it would look amazing on screen. Some might say it’s an older kids movie but I’d watch it and I’m in my 40’s! Lol I’m a big fan of fantasy so naturally I love TLOTR, Harry Potter and everything else that falls into that bracket. I can’t wait to read the next book and then I’ll move on to the other books you’ve written. I’m sure they’re all as good as this one. Oh have you ever heard of John Connelly? He’s an Irish writer. It may not be the kind of books you like,but they are fantastic! Every Dead Thing, is the first book in a series of books. Well worth a read. Again very had to put down. It’ll have your heart racing that’s for sure. Again many thanks for the book. I’ll recommend it to everyone interested in reading fantasy. Edele

    1. Edele, thank you. I appreciated your note and kind words. I’m definitely open to a movie of the Grimoire Saga; just need to find the right director and producers. Spread the idea around to anyone who will listen, and we’ll see what happens 😉

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