Follow these page layout tips and your book will look like it came from one of the big publishing houses.
Today I'll be guest blogging at Milly Schmidt, The Cat's Write about my experience in publishing from the 1990s to today.
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Make every aspect of your book cover count, right down to the font. With these three steps your book cover will go from good to great.
I am sick and tired of articles that demonize eBooks. This article has so much wrong information that it’s difficult to read without wanting to scream. I know the deals are different for large publishers than small publishers, but the general public isn’t aware of this. Also, when he talks about library pricing, he has... Continue Reading →
Although I wasn’t a fan of Play Books when it first came out, it’s now winning me over. Google has now given Play Books the same functionality as its other apps, giving it the same simple and intuitive UI that makes it feel like a Google product. It also brings your eBooks to the cloud... Continue Reading →
I can now say that I have used PagePlus X6 to design an ePub file. Although it was easy to do with PagePlus, I found it a bit troubling once I looked at the file in my favorite ePub design program, Sigil. Let me explain and give a few pointers about PagePlus. First off, I... Continue Reading →
Last week I picked up a copy of PagePlus X6 and used it to design the cover for the print version of Dammit! by Michele L Montgomery. I found it easy to use for cover design. Now I’m about to design the eBook version of Missing by Drake Braxton (I used InDesign to design the... Continue Reading →