If you want to make purchasing your ebook as easy as possible then you want to use a universal link to your buyer’s favorite store.
Most retailers require some form of validation to be sure converted ebooks will meet their standards and display properly on their ereaders.
To an indie author, metadata is probably the most important part of your book — aside from the book itself. Let’s talk about what metadata actually is.
This time around, I’ll be discussing two new ebook aggregator/distributor sites and their conversion options: Pronoun and PublishDrive.
These CSS tricks for ebooks presume that you’ve got a working understanding of how to use Cascading Style Sheets to make beautiful ebooks.
We’re going to look at how to use the information and skills I’ve been giving you to make your ebook look the way you want it to.
Learn which rules take priority over which — and see some fun examples of ways you can use CSS to make your ebook beautiful.
Learn about the most useful properties to use in CSS for ebooks, and the rules that help you define the way a particular chunk of text or an image displays.
Is it print pricing piracy or merely free trade if someone is offering your print book at a price lower or above your set price?
CSS really comes down to is a series of rules that define how a particular element (or kind of element) will look when an ereader displays it.