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Re: eBooks on nexus?
Perhaps a better way (and also an easy way) to get YOUR content into your Kindle app is to download "Send To Kindle".
Amazon.com: Send to Kindle
This installs a "context menu" (aka right click menu) option to send files to your Kindle account. It natively supports DRM-free .mobi (the format Kindle uses), .pdf, .prc, .txt, .doc, and a couple of others. It does not support .epub or .lit files, but Calibre can convert those into .mobi if they are DRM-free.
You can select multiple files in Explorer, right-click, and "Send to Kindle" and they'll be uploaded in a batch. Once in your Kindle account, they're just like any other Kindle ebook; you can download them to all of your registered Kindle devices (PC, phone, tablet, Kindle), and WhisperSync will work. It's FAR better than just copying the files to your device manually, especially if you use multiple devices to read.