I don't know what do you mean by the way, I'm not print Google books
When you buy a book on Google Books, it will be stored in your ebookstore. Go to your ebookstore and click on the book you want to print. There will be a button that says "read now" and right below that, you want to click on "read on your device." At the bottom, there is an option to download as a PDF. Just download it and print it from there. There will be a Google watermark, but at least it's a hard copy!
by SweetiePie 9 years ago
I logged into Google Analytics today and discovered I was getting some traffic from Google Books. I did a little web research and noticed websites with book reviews are listed, which might result in your hubs on book reviews, or other sites reviewing books garnering a bit of web traffic from...
by meow48 7 years ago
Is print dead? I read a book called Fairenheit 451 as a child, it is about a society where...books are banned. The firemen's job is to burn those books. If all we are left with is the internet, it can be turned off with a switch, and writing sites decide what is suitable... tell...
by buckleupdorothy 6 years ago
How would you characterize the different needs met by print and digital books?
by bradleyshartman 3 weeks ago
What kind of books do you like to read?Is it Action and Adventure, Suspense, Comedy, Science fiction or maybe real life, what trips you trigger?
by telltale 7 months ago
Do people nowadays prefer to read in the Internet rather than actual books?Do people read books at all nowadays? I noticed that not many people prefer to go to the library for books, what do you think?
by ROMANCER OF LIFE 12 months ago
Who is your favorite author? favorite book? and why?My favorite Author is Mercedes Lackey, and I love her style of writing. I love fiction fairytales, and adventurous stories. Her books always leave me wanting to read more. My favorite Mercedes Lackey collection is "Heralds of Valdemar."...
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