[Note: I know this thread is old, but I found it via a web search and have an answer for people in the future who find it that way as well.]
There does not appear to be a built-in app, menu item, or button that allows you to view the download queue. On my Kindle Fire HDX, however, I can swipe down from the top, and any in-progress downloads are shown in the ...
Calbre is free desktop software for managing digital libraries, and includes an ebook reader, ebook editor, conversion tools, and the ability to communicate with an ebook reader or other device over USB.
Kindle is Amazon's ebook/audiobook platform with desktop and mobile apps.
Both can be used for storing and reading ebooks, but usually they are used ...
Most likely you downloaded a partial file or it was corrupted somehow. Just delete it from your device and try again. (Alternatively, remove it by going to Manage Your Content and Devices.
Don't delete the ebook from all devices, just the one device you are working on.
Failing that, you can also contact Oreilly or even the author and include a receipt. ...
If your book isn't DRM-protected or you manage to DeDRM it, you could convert it to an epub book with Calibre, regenerate the TOC from all headings and convert it back to an azw3 or kfx book. (If the original book is an azw3 book you could also directly edit it with Calibre Editor.)
Obviously, this method will only work if all headings were marked with h1.....
I don't necessarily endorse using it for all your reading, but there are some fine subreddits to suggest book titles. https://www.reddit.com/r/suggestmeabook/ . Also check out the booklists subreddit. Also, fivebooks.com is creating a whole universe of book suggestions by subject area (though more for academic topics). Finally, I agree with what you are ...
Your question is really too broad and unprecise to respect the usual
rules of Stack-Exchange. However, I will try to answer it in a way
consistent with such rules.
There are many places where books are discussed, but they are usually
specialized in some way. And no one is going to list the
possibilities, not here.
My best advice is for you to search the ...
Calibre uses the address that was entered in the Sharing books by email dialog box. Apparently, the developer didn't anticipate that someone would try to use send without configuring email settings.
You might want to contact him and let him know about this issue. (He usually fixes problems the very same day.)