I’ve been getting a lot of questions recently about e-book covers and, specifically the size and proportion requirements for submitting the cover image of your e-book when you upload it to a retailer or a distributor. Here’s a selection of requirements that should help. Keep in mind this information is accurate now but could change […]
Apple, iOS5 and the Holy Grail for Users Apple’s iCloud service, integration of iPhone, iPad and iMac continue to provide the best user experience available
Mark Coker of Smashwords at BAIPA: Indie Revolution in Full Swing as the e-book distributor continues its fantastic growth fueled by indie authors
Need Ebook Conversions? Check the Ebook Conversion Services Directory and find format, delivery and pricing information from dozens of conversion companies
Sundman: Friedlander on the Future of Publishing. In an interview on his Wetmachine blog, John Sundman asks questions about the future of publishing, pbooks and ebooks.
This Week in the Self-Publishing Blogs, October 17 – 23, 2010 including Jane Friedman, Shane Ketterman, J. Daniel Sawyer, George Angus and Jacob Lambert
Apple’s Pages ePub Export: First Look at a consumer-level software tool that will make it easier to self-publish to many ebook readers including iBooks for reading on Apple’s iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
Amazon Kindle vs. Apple iPad: Could Chris Brogan Be Wrong? Both Apple and Amazon are fighting for supremacy. Which will win? At least self-publishers can be grateful they have access to distribution at last.
Liz Castro’s EPUB Straight to the Point will revolutionize the creation of EPUB files for ebooks. Recommended for anyone who is planning to create their own ebooks, or anyone curious about how ebooks are put together.
Storyist Software Offers Easy ePub to Self-Publishers who can do a minimal amount of formatting. This opens up an almost instant ability to publish iBooks. The ePub files generated by Storyist are the ones needed for submission to iBookstore and for use on many eReaders.