Logos Bible Software is great for study and research but reading for long periods at a time on a backlit screen gets to be hard on my eyes. When there is a book or longer articles in Logos that I would like to read I often times export them to my Kindle to read.
I created a tutorial showing the process of how to do this. The first video creates a Kindle document with a working table of contents. This is useful if you are wanting to read a collection of articles or a book where navigation is needed. The second video is a quicker way to send Logos books to your Kindle. This way does not create a working table of contents but the book is still in the Kindle format.