On many occasions I’ve kept repeating that it is generally not a good idea to use word processors to export eBooks directly, and whenever I make that statement I am frequently greeted by push-back from authors who are perfectly happy doing it because it works for them. I guess the operative phrase here is, “works for them.” Exporting a clean… Continue reading "An example of Scrivener breaking your eBook output"
Month: March 2015
In recent days I’ve been visiting a number of message boards related to the indie author community. It is something I had not done in a long time. In over a year or two, in fact. The other day, however, I decided to take a look at some of the forums I used to frequent and realized that the amount… Continue reading "Whether it’s for Kindle or ePub—why you should never use an exporter for your eBook formatting"