Mobile Reader Help


  1. If you are viewing this page on your iPad, when you download the file the iPad will offer to open it in your eBook reader of choice, which could be iBooks or any number of other epub readers. Safari will not download the file unless you have an App which can open it.
  2. You may also download the eBook on your computer, add it to your iTunes Library, and it will be transferred to your iPad next time you synch the device with your computer.


You can download the eBook either on your computer, or directly on the Nook if it's connected to the Internet.

Using your computer:

  1. Download the epub for Nook file.
  2. Connect your Nook device to your computer using the USB cable. The Nook should appear as a mounted volume on your computer.
  3. Locate the Documents folder in the Nook's My Files folder, and copy the epub file you downloaded to the Nook's Documents folder.

Directly on the Nook:

  1. Download the epub for Nook file.
  2. The downloaded file will be stored in your My Downloads folder.

Click Add to Library, and locate the downloaded file in a folder under My Stuff in the menu.


You can download the eBook first to your computer and then to your Kindle or Kindle Fire, or directly to the Kindle Fire if it's connected to the Internet.

Using your computer:

From the Kindle Fire User's Manual:
Please note that personal content transferred to your Kindle Fire is only stored on your device and not archived in the cloud.
To transfer content from your computer to your Kindle Fire, do the following:

  1. Connect your Kindle Fire to your computer with a micro-USB cable.
  2. Slide the arrow from right to left to unlock your Kindle.
  3. Open the Kindle Fire drive on your computer. Your Kindle Fire will appear as an external storage drive or volume on the computer's desktop. Note that Kindle Fire is not usable as a device while connected to your computer as a storage drive or volume.
  4. Drag and drop your content into the applicable content folder.
  5. When you are done transferring files, press the Disconnect button at the bottom of the Kindle Fire screen and eject it from your computer, then unplug the USB cable.

Wired method #2, from a user with an ancient Kindle:

  1. Connect Kindle to computer with USB cable.
  2. In the computer's web browser, click The New Transsexuals mobi-for-Kindle download button; while doing so, right-click "Save link as…" and save directly to the Kindle, which appears as a drive.

Wired method #3, using email, from a user with a Kindle Fire:

  1. Download the mobi file for Kindle on your computer.
  2. Attach the mobi file to an email addressed to your Kindle address, and send it.
  3. On your Kindle, a text-only cover icon will appear in the carousel, and an icon with the cover intact will appear on the Docs shelf.

Your Kindle address can be found in either of two locations:

  1. Log on to, go to My Account->Manage Your Kindle->Manage Your Devices. Your Kindle email address will appear in your info.
  2. On the Kindle, go to Settings->My Account. Your Kindle email address will appear under the name of your Kindle.

The Kindle will only accept email from authorized addresses. To authorize your email address, go to, sign in to My Account, go to Manage My Kindle, click Personal Documents Settings, click Add a New Approved Email Address, enter your email address and click Add Address.

Directly to the Kindle Fire:

From a user with a Kindle Fire:

  1. On the Kindle Fire, go to Settings->Device->Allow Installation of Applications. Tap "On." A warning will appear. Tap "Agree" or "Okay" or whatever allows you to install third-party apps.
  2. In the web browser, go to and download AndroXplorer (other file management apps abound, but this one came highly recommended).
  3. Download The New Transsexuals mobi file.
  4. Open AndroXplorer.
  5. Tap "Open SD Card."
  6. Tap "Open Download."
  7. Find The New Transsexuals, tap and hold until a menu appears.
  8. Select "Cut."
  9. Tap the Back Arrow to go back to the previous screen.
  10. Tap "Open Documents"
  11. Tap on a blank spot on the screen, and hold until menu comes up.
  12. Select "Paste."
  13. Tap the Home button

These are the devices we have tested. For information on other devices, have a look at Project Gutenberg's page about mobile readers.