If you already own some eBooks, getting them uploaded into your BookFusion account is the first step towards creating your own digital library and being able to read them wherever you are.
To get started, from the Bookshelf screen just click the "Upload" button in the top right corner, as seen in the screenshot below.
You'll receive a prompt where you can either drag and drop the book files or use the browse option to find them on your computer.
For this example I'm going to browse to a folder where I recently saved a great new eBook of "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens which I downloaded this morning from the Project Gutenberg website. Once selected I'll just click the Open button to let BookFusion add it to my library.
You'll see it import quickly and then you can choose to select more books to add to your bookshelf or you can close the Upload Books screen and you'll see anything you just added. As you can see below, my new copy of "A Tale of Two Cities" shows up at the front because my bookshelf is currently sorted by order of most recently added.
Now that you've started uploading books, the next step is reading them. If you'd like some more information on how to do that, just check out this help article for tips.