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Universalis e-books (Kindle)

You can make your own e-book or buy a ready-made one. In the long run it is cheaper if you make your own, but ready-made e-books are quicker and simpler to buy.

Buying ready-made e-books from Amazon

We sell selected e-books in Kindle format directly through Amazon. They cover a full year of readings at Mass, or half a year of the Liturgy of the Hours. When the time runs out, you need to buy a new e-book. The full catalogue is here. Amazon offer free samples of every e-book they sell.

Creating e-books using our web site

You can ask our web site to create a Kindle e-book for you and send it directly through Amazon’s Personal Documents Service to your Kindle. After a free trial period you need a Universalis registration code (see below). The first time, you need to set up a couple of features in your Amazon account; after that, the procedure is simple and very quick.

Creating e-books using your own computer

You can use the Universalis program to create an e-book on your own computer, and then transfer it to your Kindle. After a free trial period you need a Universalis registration code (see below). Once you have created the e-book you can plug your Kindle into your computer and copy the e-book onto it, or you can email it to yourself using Amazon’s Personal Documents Service.

About registration codes

A registration code gives you unlimited access to our Android, iOS, Mac and Windows apps as well as to e-book creation. It costs £19.99 (about $24.50 or €23.00), but you only need to buy it once.

Here is more information about registration codes. Don’t buy one until you have tried creating and reading e-books and are happy with the result. That is what the one-month free trials are for!

Please note that the e-books you create are for your private use only and must not be given or distributed to other people.