Please read this entire page before using the special CONTACT INFORMATION at the bottom of the page for technical support. If you need additional help with a particular type of eBook reader or computer, please refer to the manual or a help website for that item.
What is the best way for me to buy Cemetery Dance eBooks?
There are currently two ways:
B) You can purchase the same ePub and Mobi files directly from our website if you are comfortable loading the file onto your e-reader of choice. Visit each eBook's product page on our website if you'd like to order directly through our store.
If I buy directly from you, how will I download the eBook files?
You will see a download link on the Invoice page and you will also recieve a download link in your Order Confirmation email. The ZIP file you download will have both the ePub and the Mobi files. ehow.com has information about how to unzip the file. (That link will take you away from the Cemetery Dance website and Cemetery Dance Publications is not responsible for the content or reliability of that website.)
How many eBooks can I order in one order?
In theory, you can order as many as you want, but some people using their "All You Can Read" eBook code have reported problems with ordering more than 5 at time. If you experience an error message when ordering more than 5, please reduce the number of eBooks in your cart to 5 or less.
How do I load the eBooks on my Kindle?
Here is a YouTube video about how to load the Mobi files onto your Kindle: Transfering Mobi Files To Your Kindle.
(Those links will take you away from the Cemetery Dance website and Cemetery Dance Publications is not responsible for the content or reliability of those websites.)
How do I load eBooks on my iPad?
Here is a post we found that discusses this topic: Manually Install eBooks to iBooks for iPad. (That link will take you away from the Cemetery Dance website and Cemetery Dance Publications is not responsible for the content or reliability of that website.)
How do I unzip the folders on my iPad?
You might need a free App like iUnarchive Lite.
How do I load eBooks on my Nook?
Here is a post we found that discusses this topic: How to Transfer EPUB Files to your Nook. (That link will take you away from the Cemetery Dance website and Cemetery Dance Publications is not responsible for the content or reliability of that website.)
How do I load eBooks onto my Galaxy tablet?
You can download the App called "AndroZip File Manager", which works great.
How do I transfer files from a Mac to a Samsung tablet?
transfer files from a Mac to a Samsung tablet, there is software from Samsung you'll need:
1) Go to this page.
2) Click on "Software" in the middle of the page.
3) Then Download "SAMSUNG Kies (Mac),PIMS/File Manager" — it should be the first link.
4) Follow their directions from there.
I need some help with downloading or open the file, can you help me?
We recommend reading the "eBook Purchase/Download Help" thread on our Forum for many other FAQs. You can also post your question there if you need additional help or have a unique problem.
How do I open ePub files if I don't have a reader?
Please check out Adobe Digital Editions for a free "reader" for your computer.
I have a Kindle. Can I buy your eBooks from Amazon.com?
I have a Nook. Can I buy your eBooks from Barnes & Noble?
Yes! You can click on this link to view all of our eBook currently on BN.com.
I have an iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch. Can I buy your eBooks from iTunes or the iBookstore?
Yes, that option is available for many of our eBooks. See the link on their individual product pages.
What happens if I lose my eBook reader or it is broken?
We recommend customers keep a back-up of the eBook files they download. It would be easy to create a folder on the computer, for example, to put them in. We also recommend you save a copy wherever you might back-up your other important data — on CDs, DVD, external hard drives, cloud services, etc — so you can re-load the eBooks on a new device as needed without worry. Unlike a print book that might be lost or stolen, you own this file forever as long as you keep your copy somewhere safe.
I still have a question. Can someone help me?
Please email Dan Hocker at email@example.com if you have any other questions or if anything isn't clear.