5 Free Alternatives to Vellum – The Ebook Conversion Edition

While downloading ebooks to your reader is simple, getting them up on the cloud in the first place requires some work. I write my books using Word, however, just because you can import your manuscript's formatted-for-print-ready Word document into Kindle Direct Publishing (Amazon), doesn't mean you necessarily should. For example, you may want to include a … Continue reading 5 Free Alternatives to Vellum – The Ebook Conversion Edition

Imagine working the cutting room floor: a simple trick for editing your early draft | Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR

This is it. The big launch week for The Watch & Wand and a few wonderful members of the blogging community have been nice enough to help spread the word. I've turned off comments on this post but would encourage you to click on the link at the bottom and maybe poke around on some of … Continue reading Imagine working the cutting room floor: a simple trick for editing your early draft | Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR

Framing Your Story – Book Formatting Basics: The End – Guest Post by Allie Potts… | Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Today I am visiting with Chris Graham, The Story Reading Ape, talking about formatting books for print using Microsoft Word. For those who aren't as familiar with Chris, I encourage you to check out his site - not just because he was kind enough to turn it over to me for a bit but because it is full … Continue reading Framing Your Story – Book Formatting Basics: The End – Guest Post by Allie Potts… | Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Amazon’s call to action

http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/185650339 I receive quite a bit of email on any given day, half of which are various email newsletters I don't particularly recall signing up for. I delete the majority of these without doing more than scanning the headlines. One of these is from Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing group and usually details how such and … Continue reading Amazon’s call to action