Publishers can upload an EPUB or PDF file through the NetGalley FTP _INBOX or through a direct upload (see instructions here).
Readers must have entered their Kindle email address in their Profile, and added firstname.lastname@example.org to their approved email sender list in their Amazon account. For more information, click here.
When a reader clicks the Send to Kindle button for a title, the file is emailed to their Kindle via Amazon’s Personal Document Delivery Service. On NetGalley’s behalf, Amazon applies their proprietary DRM protection to the file, in the process converting the file to their proprietary format (.azw).
Files are secure and non‐transferable, and cannot be copied or printed. By reading this file on their Kindle, the member agrees that no part of this book may be reproduced or distributed in any printed or electronic form without permission. There is no expiration date in Amazon’s DRM applied to the files from NetGalley, so the file will be available to the approved reader on their Kindle and in their Amazon account until the reader deletes it.
View information about other DRM settings here: