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#Indiechat – EBook Creation Tools For Authors

by Miral Sattar  •  January 30, 2014

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For our next indiechat we will be talking about EBook creation tools for authors. 


Book File Types Explained

by Miral Sattar  •  January 28, 2014

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A question that I always get is what types of files do I need to create to get my book ready for book publishing.  If you’re going to hire a formatter we recommend three main filetypes for distribution to the major online retailers.


Learn How to Create Your Ebook – Special Promo Code for BiblioCrunch Authors

by Miral Sattar  •  August 27, 2013

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Ebook production is one of the critical pieces of putting together your digital book. We’re so excited that Sabrina Ricci has put together and online class at Udemy.com titled How to Create Beautiful Ebooks.


Five Best Practices for QA’ing your eBook

by Kate Tilton  •  March 14, 2013

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A few weeks ago we had EPUB mavens Colleen Cunningham (@bookdesigngirl) and Iris Febres (@epubpupil) from FWMedia join us on #indiechat. Colleen and Iris gave us an overview of the eBook production process and also shared best practices for QA’ing an eBook. Use their tips to make sure the eBook you put out into the

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How to use email to preview your eBook files on an iPad

by Miral Sattar  •  February 21, 2013

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An easy way to preview your eBook files on your iPad is by using email. Yup, you got it, email.  A lot of authors I’ve worked with don’t know about checking their files through email and I’ve been finding myself sending the same email every week with instructions, so I just decided to do a

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How to preview your eBook EPUB files on your iPad using Dropbox

by Miral Sattar  •  September 28, 2012

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An easy way to preview your eBook files on your iPad is by using Dropbox.