Book Conversions And Ereaders

scroll When I first started working on making my short story into an ebook, I have to say that I never imagined just how many ebook readers there are out there. There’s the Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple IBook, Sony Reader, and countless others. I also never realized just how much time and effort goes into formatting your ebook so that it can be read in the various formats. Continue reading

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I’ve spent quite a bit of time reading, while also writing, lately since I won’t have a high-speed connection till mid-June, which impedes me from doing needed research for what I’ve been working on. Most of the books that I’ve read lately have been via the Amazon Kindle.

I have to say that some of the stuff that I’ve come across on the Kindle sometimes feels as if it’s not up to par. I mean, my work might not be that great but some of the short stories that I’ve read seem somewhat lacking. Continue reading