There’s nothing like actually going through the publishing process on Amazon Kindle, again, to refresh yourself on our rapidly changing self-pub world.
We’re going to look at older Kindles, Amazon’s Look Inside feature, and the browser-based Kindle Cloud Reader all deal with the table of contents pages in standard ePub3-based ebooks — and to make it so they work on both new (KF8) and old (MOBI7) Kindles!
Kindle’s New Bookerly Font and Other Typography Features looks at recent changes for ebooks and e-readers
ePub, ePub Everywhere, What’s a Blogger to Do? Soliciting reviews of several programs that create ePub files for use in e-Books
Independent Publishing: That’s Evolution! by Thomas Burchfield and how Scribd.com, Smashwords.com, Bookbaby.com and ebookarchitects.com helped
e-Book Cover Design Awards: Do We Need Them? In which the author proposes a monthly e-book design award with entries from blog readers to improve the art form
TheBookDesigner Blog Stats and Coming Attractions including articles on e-book distribution, e-reader reviews, new options for digital printing and more
In the first review in this series I looked at Stanza, the versatile (but doomed?) e-book reader app for iOs devices: iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad. Today I’ll look at the Google Books App recently launched by Google to support their new Google eBookstore. Google says they have over 3,000,000 books available, and it could […]
Mark Coker of Smashwords at BAIPA: Indie Revolution in Full Swing as the e-book distributor continues its fantastic growth fueled by indie authors
Fiction vs. Nonfiction E-Book Pricing in the Kindle Store and how the prices of fiction and nonfiction reflect different approaches to e-book pricing