Move Over Wattpad, Sweek Seeks Authors, Readers http://goodereader.com/blog/indie-author-news/move-over-wattpad-sweek-seeks-authors-readers
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Over the coming weeks David Cronin will be giving a step by step guide to formatting your Ebook for both Mobi and Epub. Although Moyhill is a Self-publishing company we are also aware that many authors wish to do the entire process themselves and we have always been very happy to assist those with that level of commitment. Our philosophy is that the better all Ebooks look and read the more credibility Indie publishing will achieve. It benefits our own authors if the reading public and critics have a healthy respect for self-published books.
Now that we can see vigorous growth in the Ebook market even more of us ‘closet writers’ are going to come out and publish our own books without the ‘help’ of either Mainstream publishers or Self-publishing support services. With so many new books hitting the market it is even more important today to make…
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Since the introduction to the new series we have received a number of questions about the process -most will be covered over the coming weeks but since this was in one of the comments I decided to do a post.
http://sweetyshinde.wordpress.com/ Dr. Sweety Shinde asked this question this morning and since it is a question that comes up quite frequently David has put together an overview.
I am still old school of thought – preferring the paperback version to Kindle. However, I do doff my hat at evolution. Could you clarify the difference between ePub and pdf version? Are they really different? Goodreads asks for ebook in ePub version, while excerpts can be in pdf version.
Although both Epub and PDF formats can be read by most Ebook readers they are completely different formats and each delivers the content in a completely different way.
PDF is a format…
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