Well, maybe I’m not quite a wizard, but I’m certainly more proficient than I was three days ago.
Smashwords, an online multi-format ebook publisher, uses a “meat-grinder” to process book files. The author submits a word document; it goes through the meat-grinder and out comes a variety of ebooks that can be read on many types of platforms. You’re probably familiar with pdfs. Other formats Smashwords can produce, and then publish, include but are not limited to mobi for the Kindle, and epub for Nook.
This whole ebook business can be pretty complicated. But it’s all about what file types a particular software can open.
For the past two days I feel like I’ve been in a meat-grinder.
I used Scrivener, a terrific writing program and file system, when I wrote Where Memories Meet. Files in Scrivener have to be exported into a particular file type to…
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