The 2014 Redleg Annual
Welcome to The SlydePress 2014 Redleg Annual! We've brought together some of the finest writers and thinkers about the Cincinnati Reds on the internet and put together analysis and commentary about the upcoming season's squad. This year's Annual features:
- Profiles for each of the projected 25-man roster.
- Discussions about many of the team's great players including Joey Votto, Jay Bruce, Billy Hamilton, and Sam LeCure.
- Articles from many of your favorite writers on the web including Mo Egger, the gangs from Red Reporter, Redleg Nation, Reds Minor Leagues, Chris Sabo's Goggles, C-ing Red, and more!
Because of technical difficulties beyond or abilities (we're writers, not e-commerce specialists), we are making the files available to everybody without purchase. However, we hope that you will consider making a purchase and supporting the work of the writers who contributed. If you've already purchased it, thank you. You can download below. If not, you can make a purchase via PayPal for just $3, available through this button:
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|File type: PDF||This file format should work for everybody as it is readable through virtually any screened device, though we would not recommend it for anything smaller than a tablet.|
|File type: ePub||If you have a non-Kindle eReader, this is likely the format that will work best for you.|
|File type: mobi (Kindle)||If you have a Kindle, this format should be what you are looking for.|
The number of possible devices to use to read this make it nearly impossible for us to give instructions for all situations, but here are a few tips in case you are not familiar with how to load an eBook to your device:
KINDLE USERS: You will likely need to email the .mobi file to your Kindle account. If you don't know your Kindle email address, you can find it on Amazon.com by going to "Manage Your Kindle" under the "Your Account" drop down. Halfway down on the left side, click "Manage Your Devices" under "Your Kindle Account." From there, you should be able to find the email address for your Kindle device.
NON-KINDLE USERS: Try the ePub file format. If you are using a tablet, you should be able to download directly to the device via the link above, or you can email the file to an account that has access from the tablet. ePub files should open directly in Apple iBooks. If you are using Android, there are a variety of ePub readers that you can download from the Google Play Store. If you have a non-Tablet reader, refer to your manufacturer's information for adding files to the device.
PDF: The PDF file should be readable by any device that has a PDF file reader on it. Simply download the file to that device and enjoy!
If you have any issues with your file, please contact Joel at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll see if we can get it worked out for you.
Thank you for checking out the Annual and if you haven't already, please do consider making a purchase!
Editor, The 2014 SlydePress Annual
The SlydePress 2013 Redleg Annual is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License.