Welcome to the eBook software section. Here you will find information on the various eBook formats that we offer as well as information on device compatibility and inherent features for each.
For those previously accustomed to purchasing our eBooks in our own PF Reader format, we regret to inform you that we have retired our reader to the software graveyard. Worry not, as in their place, we have now added support for PDF’s via the Adobe Reader software.
Note: For all former customers currently using the PF Reader format, I recommend switching to the Adobe Reader software for all future purchases.
Additionally, we have also begun phasing out the production of the eReader format; however, all previously published eReader eBooks will remain for sale and the software will still be available for download.
To learn more about any of the formats, please click the respective "Learn More" links below or feel free to download any of the readers free of charge.
Adobe Reader eBooks are great for eBooks with pictures, special fonts, or complicated layouts. They can be read on Windows PCs, Macs, and Palm devices.
Allows for bookmarking, single or double page view, and zooming in on pages.
Formerly Palm Digital Media, eReader be used on many popular mobile devices and is both Mac & PC compatible.
eReader features include bookmarking, table of contents, footnotes, built in dictionary, and more.
Microsoft's new ClearType technology makes words on the screen appear just like words in a printed book. Smart navigation system remembers where you left off reading, and includes multiple methods of page navigation, multicolored bookmarks, and whole book search features.
Personalize your eBook with multicolored highlighting, drawing, font sizing, and personal notes.
Mobipocket Reader is compatible with all PC's and almost all PDAs and Smartphones. Mobipocket Reader offers more navigational features than most PDA readers.
Features touch-screen page turning, bookmarking, table of contents, adjustable font size and color, and full text search.
ePub is an open standard defined by the Open eBook Forum of the International Digital Publishing Forum and is based on XHTML and XML.