This month’s blog post is going to answer four frequently asked questions about eBook layouts. I am asked all four of these questions so often that it proves there’s some confusion in this area. I felt that a blog post would be the perfect way to address this confusion.
Question 1: What Does Reflowable Read more [...]
All writers dream of creating an idea that is so profound that it lands us on the New York Times bestseller list. The problem is that becoming a New York Times bestselling author is a very difficult goal to achieve. Most people who choose to write a book will create something that they Read more [...]
Authors don’t write in hopes of getting rich or becoming famous. Those are usually side-effects that go hand-in-hand with providing value to readers. In the past, it was difficult for writers to get their books published. Today, it’s actually easy. The challenge comes with actually getting readers Read more [...]
Being a self-published author presents us with the wonderful opportunity to partake on a journey that was previously reserved for just a select few. I have heard both sides of the argument. Advocates will argue that if a self-published writer sells 50 copies, then that’s 50 more readers that they would Read more [...]
One of the first things that you have to understand about publishing an eBook is that there are two types of formats, reflowable and fixed-layout. It’s important to understand what this all means before having your book converted.
Reflowable eBooks are the industry standard for books published onto Read more [...]