I dislike the Kindle, for a variety of reasons, but it’s hugely popular and Amazon sold more ebooks than physical books last year on it, so I’ve made my books available that way.
Please note, I do not have any Kindle software myself, so have no way of checking these files – they’re mechanically converted by Amazon from the same files the print copies of my book were created from, but I cannot vouch for their quality, as they are in a closed format I can’t read.
If anyone buys these and has a problem with them, email me at andrew @ thenationalpep . co . uk and I’ll gladly send you a free replacement as an open-format ePub.
These should be identical in every way to the print, PDF and ePub versions, except they have no ISBN (Lulu provides these free, Amazon doesn’t).
I’m still working with Lulu tech support about the ePub version of Sci-Ence! Justice Leak!, but that should be out shortly.
These have lending enabled and don’t have any DRM. I would ask, but not demand, that you tell people to buy their own copy rather than copy it for them, as I’m still very far from even having made minimum wage for the time taken to write them and it’s very cheap, but I’m not going to force you to with extra hoops to jump through.