So far this doesn't seem work so well.
mobi files from this site seems to work perfectly.
calibre but have yet to fully test exporting or converting locally. Also, it might be that Amazon doesn't "like" the generated
azw files as I got a cryptic message:
The following document, sent at 02:56 AM on Wed, Mar 21, 2018 PDT could not be delivered to the Kindle you specified: * 1 - Dune - Frank Herbert (1965).azw3
The Kindle Personal Document Service can convert and deliver the following types of documents: Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx) Rich Text Format (.rtf) HTML (.htm, .html) Text (.txt) documents Archived documents (zip , x-zip) and compressed archived documents Mobi book
yet when I check the documentation online:
Kindle Personal Documents Service supports the following file types:
Kindle Format (.MOBI, .AZW) Microsoft Word (.DOC, .DOCX) HTML (.HTML, .HTM) RTF (.RTF) Text (.TXT) JPEG (.JPEG, .JPG) GIF (.GIF) PNG (.PNG) BMP (.BMP) PDF (.PDF)
azw plain as day.
Yes, I should be able to load the
azw file, either generated locally or through the web service. Curious about the gotcha's here, or others experience with the "send to Kindle" service.