The download links should work without any issues on a desktop/laptop, but if you’re using a mobile device, the following instructions may help.
Important Note: The following screenshots used an iPhone and the free iZip app. Android devices also have free unzip apps that should work in a similar way but your screen will not look exactly like these samples. The Kindle link was used during this example. Please note that you must already have the Kindle app (or the app for the e-reader file you’re wanting to use) installed on your mobile device for this method to work for you.
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Step One: Click on the link to the download page for Have Cash, Will Marry. You should see the book cover.
Step Two: Scroll down until you see the download links. Click on the link for the file you wish to download. In this example, the Kindle link is used.
Step Three: When you click on the link, you will be taken to the Zip file. (This is what the screenshot looks like using the free version of the iZip app.)
Step Four: iZip will ask if you’d like to extract all the files. Click OK.
Step Five: iZip will show which files are contained within the zipped folder. Note that the cover file can be extracted, but the Kindle file has an incompatible icon displayed. Tap on the Have-Cash-Will-Marry-Kindle.mobi file (or the file you have chosen to open, such as Nook, etc.).
Step Six: Because this file type is not supported by iZip, the iZip app will redirect you to a screen that gives you some options. Click on the “Open in” link.
Step Seven: iZip will redirect you to a screen that offers app options to choose from. Choose the Kindle app (or the applicable app for the file you are wanting to open).
Step Eight: You will be redirected to the Kindle app on your mobile device. The file for Have Cash, Will Mary will probably open automatically at that point, but if not, scroll through your Kindle library and click on the cover to open it.
If you have any issues with these steps, please open a support ticket with my virtual assistant, Linda Fulkerson (https://lindashelpdesk.com), and she will help you. Thanks for being one of my readers!