Yesterday’s post offered the download of an eBook. The book was stored at Scribd, a premier digital library. A post-reader commented that he didn’t want to have to identify himself to Scribd in order to download. I understand the concern, but Scribd policies are out of my control.
To remove the need to divulge your personal info, today’s post provides an alternative that requires nothing but clicking on a link. This link is to the eBook’s file stored at my personal Dropbox account.
- The good news – no personal identity required
- The bad news – download time may be longer
It goes without saying that a good full featured PDF reader is required in either case, especially to access the book’s bookmark-table-of-contents (navigation of 109 pages using nothing except <Previous and Next> is cumbersome).
There may be future alternatives for accessing my future eBooks (like Apple Books and Amazon Kindle), as I explore the world of eBook creation and publishing. Fascinating and keeps the old gray cells active. FYI, I published several photo books at Apple Books several years ago. Two are free; take a look here.