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Your eBook Survival Kit
Your eBook Survival Kit (Large Print)
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Our Price: US$19.99

Volume(s): 1
Format Details: 16pt, Verdana
ISBN(s): 9781459661219
About the Book
A practical, hands - on guide into the essentials of composing and publishing for eBooks. The Kit provides advice and step - by - step instructions on how to set up a file for conversion into the dominant formats of ePub, xhtml and pdf and then how to package it for uploading to online distributors such as Amazon, Apple and Kobo by starting with a master file that is similar to that created for print or print on demand production. The Kit also provides strategies for getting out the word about your title to the global community. What's new in the 2nd Edition? Information on the new Fixed Layout formats for eBook devices, including Apple and Kindle devices, that allow you to control your content in fixed spreads. The best FREE conversion programs Streamlining your workflow in Word, Pages and Adobe's Creative Suite 6 to shorten the conversion process. When to outsource conversion of your book, to whom and how much you should expect to pay. Social media strategies for spreading the word about your book. AND MORE!
About the Author
David P Reiter is an award - winning poet and writer of fiction, and Director of IP, an innovative print and digital publisher in Brisbane, Australia. His fourth book, Hemingway in Spain and Selected Poems, was shortlisted for the Adelaide Festival Awards. His previous books include The Cave After Saltwater Tide (Penguin, 1994) for which he won the Queensland Premier's Poetry Award. His book of short fiction, Triangles, was shortlisted for the 2000 Steele Rudd Award. Other significant works are The Gallery, interactive multimedia completed while he was in residence at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada; Kiss and Tell, Selected and New Poems 1987 - 2002; and Sharpened Knife, a multimedia murder mystery. The Greenhouse Effect, a novel for junior readers in his Project Earth - mend sci - fi environmental junior novel series, was published by Lothian Books (Hachette - Livre) in 2004, is now in its second edition, and being developed into an animated film. David has been writer - in - residence at a number of places, most recently Bundanon (the Arthur Boyd property near Nowra), in Auckland, New Zealand at the Michael King Centre, and as Established Writer - in - Residence at the KSP Writers Centre in Perth in 2010. His latest works are the short film, Nullarbor Song Cycle, which was short - listed for the WA Premier's Award, and the My Planets Reunion Memoir Project, a collaboration with the Banff Centre for the Arts (Canada), supported by grants from the Australia Council and the Cultural Fund of the Copyright Agency. David has taught at several universities in Canada and Australia and led many workshops on creative writing and publishing. He is much in demand as a keynote speaker and presenter at festivals and conferences in Australia and abroad.
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