My e Book Library


This is where you start creating your e book Library. There is a definite trend towards using e book readers rather than their paperback or hardcopy equivalent. This section will assist you with organizing computer files, e books in this case, into folders where you will find them easily.


1.

Create a folder as a branch of “YOU” and call it “Private E BOOKS”.

I have created folders for both audio as well as visual e books.

Audio books are the ones that you listen to; visual books are the ones that you read on your computer screen or your best e book reader.

2.

Audio Books

The next folder that we will create is “Audio Books”, as a sub-branch of “Private E BOOKS”. Here you will store all the books that you listen to.

Have a look at the graphic below. I have created folders for some of my favourite writers as well as radio shows.

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2a.

As an example create a folder for The Aware Show, called “Aware Show, The” as a sub-branch of “Audio Books”. This is where I save my favorite clips from this fine radio programme.

Here is a ♥ Tip ♥.

Whenever you have a name starting with the articles “the” or “a” put them at the end of the name as I have done above. This avoids confusion when you are using these titles in an alphabetical list.

2b.

The next folder in this e book library is where we will store all Gregg Braden’s e books. Naturally it will be called “Gregg Braden” and it will be a sub-branch of “Audio Books”.

2b-1.

Audio books often consist of more than one file so it is important to create a folder for each of these e books.

I have two of Gregg Braden’s e books; “Insights from the Dead Sea Scrolls” and “The Spontaneous Healing of Belief”. So I have created two sub-branches of “Gregg Braden”.

2c.

My next folder is for my audio book on the “Law of Attraction”. This is a sub-branch of “Audio Books”.

2d.

My next author is Napoleon Hill. I have created a folder for my Napoleon Hill books, logically named “Napoleon Hill”, also a sub-branch of “Audio Books”.

2d-1.

One of my Napoleon Hill e books is called “Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude” and logically so is the name of the next folder. This folder is a sub-branch of “Napoleon Hill” and it is where all files that make up this e book are stored.

2e.

My next folder is a sub-branch of “Audio Books” and is named after one of my favourite authors, “Wayne Dyer”.

2e-1

And, in my opinion, one of his best works is his weekend seminar in Maui entitled “Excuses Begone!


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3.

Visual Books

The next folder that we will create in your e book library is called “Visual Books” and it is a branch of “Private E BOOKS”. You will transfer all those Google e books that you downloaded into these folders.

The best way is to create a sub-branch for each of the literary genres such as:

3a.

Create a folder as a sub-branch of “Visual Books” and call it “Biographies” This is where you will save all those e books detailing the life of famous entrepreneurs.

3b.

Next create a folder for all your “Motivational” e books also as a sub-branch of “Visual Books”. This is where you store all books written by your favorite inspirational people.

I define motivation as a burning desire that liberates the energy needed to transform one’s dreams into their physical equivalent.

With motivation anything is possible.

3d.

You might have books on “Self Help”. If so create this folder as a sub-branch of “Visual Books”.

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Carry on and create additional folders describing your favourite e books genre.

Whether you use an e book reader or you just like to listen to your e books, a well organized e book library, just like the one that you have just created, is essential.



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