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I offer three file types, one of which should be best suited for your chosen reader.
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ePUB can be read on devices like smartphones, tablets, computers, or e-readers. It is a free and open standard published by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF). So pretty much everything with a couple of major exceptions.
AZW/Mobi is the major exception. Amazon has its own “Amazon Word” format, or so they say. If you have a Kindle, this is the file for you. It’s a bit tricky loading this on to your Kindle, but here’s a quick tutorial, courtesy of Amazon, that should help you out.
PDF If you don’t have an eReader, but you do have a computer, this may be your best option. PDF or Portable Document Format by Adobe has become pretty universal. You might try Adobe Digital Editions if you haven’t yet, as it does a nice job with the ePUB. Not up for it? PDF should work just fine.