I’ve made my novella, An Impetuous Season, FREE. If you’re using a Nook or something that needs it in an epub format, go to Goodreads.com.
The best way to get the novella is to send it to yourself via your Kindle email. Download the file by clicking right here. You’ll be downloading a file called “verity.prc“. Save this to your computer’s desktop. Pull up your email program and create a message, then attach the file to your message.
Here’s how to find your Kindle email address:
Go to your Kindle Keyboard Settings screen by selecting the Menu button, then selecting Settings. Your Kindle Keyboard’s [name]@kindle.com e-mail address is listed under Send-to-Kindle E-mail heading.
Pop that into your email message and send away.
With Kindle Personal Documents Service, you can send your personal documents to your registered Kindle devices, supported Kindle reading applications, and your Kindle Library in the Amazon Cloud through the Send to Kindle application or your Send-to-Kindle e-mail address.
You can also drag and drop the file into your Kindle by connecting it to your computer. For the Windows version (Mac people, continue on down the page for more info), plug your Kindle into your computer. You’ll do this by disassembling your Kindle’s power cord–the USB adapter is plugged into the electrical plug. Connect the USB adapter to your computer. You’ll hear a chime of some sort when it connects. Now, click right here in the purple. Your computer should recognize that this is a Kindle file and prompt you to download it to your Kindle.
If that doesn’t happen, you’ll need to save the file to your desktop (so you can find it in a minute). Now find your Kindle.
It will be listed your computer’s “Documents” window. Your drives will be listed to the left. Double click on the word “Kindle”. Then double click on the folder named “Documents”. When that opens you’ll be looking at all the books stored on your Kindle. Now find verity.prc on your desktop. Drag and drop it into the documents folder. And that’s it. An Impetuous Season is now yours to read.
To install on a Mac using Safari you have to right-click on this link and then tell you Mac to “Save As”. Or, download Google’s free browser Chrome to your Mac. Chrome will auto-open the file as a Kindle if you have the Kindle App installed on your Mac. (Thanks to KMB for bringing this to my attention! I should have tried it on my old Mac first–sorry, I forgot about you alternate reality guys.)