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Two Page Shorts
Nick Venom Two Page Shorts

Volume Two

  • Fantasy
  • English
  • 3173 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 30
  • 0
Continuating with Max Riser's journey we see how he gets to his sister's house to finish his secondary [more]

Keywords: Two Page Shorts, Volume Two, Nick Venom, Nick Unknown, Jayhawk Studio, The Halloween Riser II, Bendy and the Ink Machine Chapter Two, Five Sentence Stories Part One, #TheroadtoTZI3

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Two Ghosts
BR Raksun Two Ghosts

The unbelievable adventures of two ghosts

  • Horror
  • English
  • 2049 Words
  • Ages 12 and up
  • 81
  • 0
One day, Andrew got old paper which is packed with his breads. "A ghost gave information. Scotland police arrested [more]

Keywords: Andrew Ghost Adventures Two Ghosts

$0.99

Two
Fay Susan Two
  • Comics & Graphic Novels
  • English
  • 1 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 192
  • 0

Keywords: cousins, annoying, love, eight, two, family, friends, double, twins, like, me

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Two Out Miracle
Jordan Rhone Two Out Miracle
  • Sports & Recreation
  • English
  • 2 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 245
  • 1
In Jordan Rhone's first published story, he displays the true meaning of teamwork. John plays baseball [more]

Keywords: Two, Out, Miracle, Baseball, Jordan, Rhone

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Creeper two
Brianna Williams Creeper two

book two

  • Adventure
  • English
  • 2014 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 231
  • 3
I wrote this today just trying to get the next one done.

Keywords: creep

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Two and a half Men
Two and a half Men
  • 1 Member
Diese Gruppe ist für alle meine Freunde und alle die, die Sendung Two and a half men mögen wer beitreten möchte schreibt mir doch bitte. Mit freundlichen Grüßen maurice102
me and my friend
me and my friend
  • 6 Members
its just a two person party
Myths and Magic
Myths and Magic
  • 15 Members
A group for anyone who enjoys reading and/or writing about the two M's (myths and magic).
Avatar Lovers
Avatar Lovers
  • 7 Members
Are you a Avatar fan? This topic is dedicated to all the rumors and ideas surrounding the two epic series, The Legend of Korra and The Last Airbender.
Characters live
Characters live
  • 1 Member
(The official discussion for Characters Live but also a place for Megan and Naomi to share stuff privately). There is a second layer to our universe. The universe of imagination. In it all things that are created by the imagination reside, including story characters. Thanks to scientific experiments into the human psyche. The layer between the two universes are breached in two separate places. This means the raw matter of imagination and dream is raining down on our world, creating monstrosities that shouldn't exist. Two amateur authors with the help of their characters must seal these breaches.

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How to Read an eBook on BookRix
How to Read an eBook on BookRix

Reading an eBook on BookRix is easy. Once you find a book you’re interested in reading, just click the book cover or book title and this will take you to the Book Info page. From here, you can either click on the book cover once more or click Read Book (this option is available on free books) or Reading Sample (this option applies to books for sale). Clicking either of these options will take you to our book viewer where you can begin reading.

Tip:  If an author has placed their book for sale, they will offer a free reading sample. This is approximately 10% of the book. It is intended to get the reader interested in reading more.

Tip: If you have not finished reading a book and want to return to it, you can add the title to your favorites and it will appear on your profile page. The book will automatically  be bookmarked for you.

When you’re reading a book within the book viewer, you will see two icons at the top of each page. The one on the left, shaped like a house, will take you directly to the BookRix homepage. The icon on the right, shaped like a list, will open the table of contents so you can easily move from one chapter to another. If you’re reading a sample of a book for sale, you will also see a Buy This Book button that will give you a list of online shops you can purchase the book in.

Personal Messages, Notifications, Etc.
Personal Messages, Notifications, Etc.

We recommend staying connected on BookRix. Sending and receiving personal messages, confirming friend requests, participating in group discussions, leaving book comments – all of this information is organized for you within 3 small icons located at the top of your page.


Friend Requests

This icon resembles two people shaking hands and is the first of the 3 icons. This is where you will receive friend requests from community members.


Personal Messages

Personal message come directly to you from other members. They can be sent specifically to you, or they can be sent as a group message to various users at once. To access your personal messages, click the second icon that looks like an envelope at the top of your page. When you click the envelop icon, the first 5 messages from your inbox will be displayed. To view additional messages you can click View All Messages

Within your message inbox, you can view all your incoming messages and get access to your sent mail by selecting Outbox. You can Compose a New Message from this page as well.

You can also send private messages to members by going directly to their profile page and clicking Send Message.

Tip: When composing a new message, you can type the name of the recipient in the recipient field and all names matching the text entered will appear in a list for you to click on. If you want to send a message to all your BookRix friends, you can check the box Send to All Friends

Tip: If you want to only receive messages from your BookRix friends, you can go into My Account Details, then My Account Settings and then check the box I want to receive messages only from my friends.


Notifications

Notifications are located in the third icon that resembles a horn. This is where you will find new group discussions, friend request confirmations, comments made on your books, members who have added your book to their Favorites, and comments made on your posts in profile and groups.

Help with ePub Files
Help with ePub Files

Upload an ePub file

If you’ve already created your eBook as a finished epub file, you can now easily and conveniently upload and publish your eBook on BookRix just the same as a MS Word docx file. Epubs are commonly supported by most eBook readers however, if you don’t have an epub, you can convert your file to an ePub for uploading. We recommend using Calibre http://calibre-ebook.com/ Not all files may be supported for conversion therefore, if you have any difficulty with converting your file to an ePub, we recommend contacting Calibre support.

NOTE:  ePub files that are DRM protected, cannot be uploaded on BookRix.

When you upload your ePub file you can choose between two options:


The original ePub file will be used to create the eBook

With this option, you will not lose any formatting you have created in your text. However, if there are required edits to your book, you will not be able to make these changes in the BookRix editor. You will have to make your corrections in your file and re-upload the ePub file. In addition, your eBook will not be able to be read online (only downloaded as an ePub) nor will there be a reading sample offered on BookRix (only in the shops, if your book is for sale).Keep in mind that your ePub will be checked to make sure that it’s a valid ePub file. If your ePub is not a valid file, you will be notified and directed to a page explaining to you the things you need to consider when creating an ePub file so that it is perfect and ready for publication.


The original ePub file will be converted into the BookRix editor

With this option, your file will convert into the BookRix editor and therefore be editable if you need to make changes. You also have the advantage of your book being available to be read online and a reading sample offered, if your book is for sale.

Book Info Page
Book Info Page

Some books are listed for free, while others have been published with sale price. After reviewing a book, you have some options to choose from within the book info page. You can add it to your favorites, share the book on your social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Pinterest), and add a comment for the author.


Buy this Book

If you read through the blurb and enjoyed the reading sample, you can take it a step further and buy the book if the author has listed it for sale. Purchasing a book is a simple process. You should see links to our online shops on this page (Amazon, iTunes, Barnes& Noble, Google Play). By clicking any of these links, you will be redirected to book purchase page of the corresponding website.


Add/Remove Favorites

Adding a book to your favorites is easy. Just click the Add to Favorites button on the Book Info page. A green confirmation bar will temporarily appear at the top of your screen. Once a book is added it can be retrieved by viewing Favorites within your Profile page. When a book has been successfully added, the text Add to Favorites will change to In Favorites. When you favorite a book, two things happen: 1. The book is moved to your profile so you can read it later, and 2. A notification is sent to the author informing them that you have marked their book as a favorite. Authors love to see that their books are being read and saved. Should you change your mind, and want to remove a book from your favorites, simply visit the Book Info page and hover over the text In Favorites. The text will change to Remove from Favorites. Click this option and you will be asked to confirm the removal of the book from your favorites list.


Share this Book

Sharing books on your favorite social networks is made easy with the Share this Book button. Selecting this option allows you to share the book of your choice with Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest.


Posts and Comments

If you want to tell the author what you thought of their book, you can do so by adding a comment on the Book Info page. You can share positive thoughts (careful not to leave spoilers), or even constructive feedback. Just click inside the comment box and begin typing. Readers can also comment on another users post as well as send the author a private message. This can be done by clicking the author’s name. You will be redirected to their Profile and can click Send Message to the right of their profile picture.

Supported eReaders
Supported eReaders

Kindle

You can download free eBooks to your computer. When the download is complete, you will need to convert it to a file format that works on your Kindle. To download your eBook, go to the book page and click the Download/eReader button. From here, follow the prompts to download the book to your computer as an ePub file. When the download is complete, click here http://techsupport.foreverwarm.com/how-to-read-epub-books-on-your-kindle to obtain instructions to convert the ePub file to a Kindle-friendly format.


iPhone/iPad

If your iPhone or iPod touch cannot be updated to IOS 4, you’ll want to install Lexcycle Stansa to read eBooks on your device. Lexcycle Stanza is a freeware program for reading eBooks and is available in two forms: Stanza iPhone/iPod and Stanza Desktop. Stanza iPhone/iPod allows users to manage their library of books on these devices. Click here to download Stanza iPhone/iPod for free:

http://www.anypdftools.com/ebook-reading/how-to-read-epub-on-ipad-iphone-ipod.html


Android

You can enjoy reading eBooks from your Android device. Here are links that can help you get started:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.graphilos.epub&hl=en

http://www.androidfreeware.net/download-moon-reader.html


General eReader

For general eReaders, you’ll want to install Adobe Digital Edition to your computer. Please ensure that you assign yourself with a user ID (you will need this) and follow the instructions to download a free book. Connect your eReader device to your computer and launch Adobe Digital Edition. Your eReader icon will appear on the lower left panel. Drag the downloaded file to Adobe Digital Edition and then drag the image of your ebook to the eReader icon. When complete, close Adobe and eject/disconnect your eReader


Manage your eBooks

Calibre is a free and open source eBook computer software that organizes, saves, and manages eBooks, supporting a variety of formats. It also supports eBook syncing with a variety of popular eBook readers and will, within DRM restrictions, convert eBooks between differing formats.

http://calibre-ebook.com/

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