Many people don't know it but there is more than one type of ebook. The two types of formats are a reflowable and a fixed layout. What type you should use depends on the layout of your book. I will go over both formats in this blog post. The most common type is a reflowable … Continue reading What Ebook Format Will Work for You?
I will turn your Word document into ebook files, as well as a print-ready PDF for publishing. When your files are completed you will be able to upload them anywhere. I will deliver 1 mobi file for Amazon Kindle, 1 epub file for Apple iBooks and other sites, and 1 PDF file for your print … Continue reading Ebook and Print Book Formatting
As a book formatter, I work with many authors that are new to self-publishing which I can relate to because I was new to it at one time too. But what I can't relate to is not wanting to learn what every self publishing author should know to be in control of their books. There … Continue reading What Every Author Needs to Know
After your book is written you should give some thought to the type of font you want to use for both the cover and the content. Whether you intend to format it yourself or you decide to have someone else do it for you there should still be some thought put into it. The font … Continue reading Choosing the Right Fonts
This gig is a combination of my children's ebook and children's print book gigs. If you need both an ebook and print book formatted then this gig will save you money. The files delivered are the same, 1 .mobi file for Amazon Kindle, 1 .epub for Apple iBooks-Kobo, and 1 PDF file for your print … Continue reading Children’s Ebook and Print Book Formatting
I can't stress enough the importance of laying out a plan for your book before you write one line of text or design a single illustration, especially if you are a children's book author. Most children's books have full-page images and possibly even text. So everything needs to fit together in a way that a … Continue reading Planning Your Children’s Book