Kindle e-books

This page lets you create your own e-book for your Amazon Kindle. The e-book will contain the Universalis pages for a whole month and it will be installed automatically onto your Kindle by Amazon. If you have a registration code then you can also create an e-book for half a year at a time (the one-year e-books are too big for Amazon to handle).

Alternative: If you have a Kindle Fire (models newer than September 2012) or a Kindle Fire HD, get the Universalis app instead. The app gives you a better reading experience than any e-book could, and it lasts for ever. You don't have to keep on renewing it.

Alternative: If you have Universalis for the Mac or for Windows, you can use it to create an e-book of any length: a day, a week, a month, or a year. (Instructions for Mac; instructions for Windows).

How much it costs

We don't charge you per book and we don't charge a subscription.

You will need to check Amazon's web site for the latest details of charges for their Personal Documents Service, but as we understand it, the current charges (in December 2012) are as follows:

Getting started

If you have a registration code

If you have a Universalis registration code, please enter it here. About registration codes and how to buy them.

Registration code:
(The registration code is 9 digits: for instance, 123-456-789. You don't need to enter the hyphens.)

One-month free trial

If you haven't got a registration code, you can try our Kindle e-book service free for a month.

Every Kindle device (and Kindle reader program) has an email address of its own, assigned to it by Amazon. Please enter that address here. You don't need to type the @kindle.com suffix yourself: we'll add it automatically.

(Not sure of your device's @kindle.com address? Here is how to find it.)