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Stop in, swap howdies and introduce yourself, great place for your first post

Last Build Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2018 05:42:51 GMT


Hi all

Mon, 23 Apr 2018 11:30:02 GMT

Hello I'm a software engineer from China. I own a kindle paper white and sony Dpt-rp1 Grad to meet you guys in this forum.


Wed, 18 Apr 2018 11:01:15 GMT

Hi all! My name is Alex and I have been a big fan of rap and started writing some rap songs. Hence, I'm so happy to find out and join this forum. Thanks for having me!

Hello everybody

Tue, 17 Apr 2018 21:24:36 GMT

Hi everyone. I've been a fan of audio since the days of tapesets, when it was next to impossible to get anything unabridged. I mostly use Audible, sometimes Librivox, and occasionally CDs when they're on sale in remaindered shops - what my father calls "Not A Proper Bookshop". I'm a slow reader, so I had a huge pile of books on my "to read" list; now, with the easy access to audio versions, I've got through books I never thought I'd get around to reading. I live in the south of England with my wife who mostly reads books on Kindle.

Good morning,

Mon, 16 Apr 2018 12:08:24 GMT

A new author here. hopefully I can promote my book and also find some good new material to read!

Hi from a new Kobo owner

Wed, 11 Apr 2018 11:53:31 GMT

Hi, I'm Teeg (pronounced Teej). I joined this site a couple months ago, after I got a Kobo Aura One for my birthday and I was searching for help with connecting it to Calibre. I've used Calibre and Sigil for years as tools to help with our homeschooling, but I'd only use them a few times a year, organizing the books we needed for the year, then putting them aside until time to prepare for the next year. After I got my e-reader, I began using Calibre much more frequently, and realized that I'd barely scratched the surface before as far as discovering what a great tool it is. Now it has a permanent home on my toolbar. My entire ebook library is routed through it, and it's a rare day that I don't open the program at least once. Currently, I'm working to organize all the e-books I've collected over the years. With so many books from so many different sources, my collection is rather jumbled right now, so I'm trying to work on it a little at a time to get the books' metadata correct, find covers for those that don't currently have one, create tags that fit the structure I need (for example, homeschooling books organized by year), and figure ways to tame an already large and constantly growing collection.

Hi from Chicago

Tue, 10 Apr 2018 14:44:32 GMT

I've just authored my first mystery and am in the process of creating an epub file --BIG learning curve. Glad to be aboard.


Tue, 10 Apr 2018 14:42:37 GMT


Good Day, as I'm a New Member

Tue, 10 Apr 2018 01:11:07 GMT

:thinking:I'm a Kindle Fire and MusicNotes (mtd) User. I am not one to provide any new info actually I'm being selfish as I hope to acquire new and useful information from this forum. However if I do find that I can provide any info I'll be more than glad to offer. ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND "*Knowledge*" has no meaning unless it is shared. Looking forward to many conversations within this forum. Wishing everyone the best of 2018. Regards, RealSimple :thinking: