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Introduction Equipment & Supplies The Rule Cutting Folding Sewing Sewing Cont'd Connecting Thread Trimming The Spine The Cover The Cover Cont'd Joining Finishing Embossing Screening *Do NOT duplicate this webpage or use any of its contents without my written permission. DO let me know how you go with it and send me pics of your books!
Making an eBook is easy, regardless of your coding experience. This is good, because 99.9% of your time should be spent on writing and getting your book out there, rather than on technology. EPUB And Kindle Any electronic book can be called an eBook, but because over 90% of all eBooks are read on Amazon’s Kindle, Apple’s iOS devices (iPad, iPhone and iPod) and the Barnes & Noble Nook, I’ll focus on the formats for those platforms: EPUB This is an open standard adopted by Apple (iOS), Barnes & Noble (Nook) and many other makers of eBook readers (such as Sony). Thankfully, Amazon has said that its next Kindle will also support EPUB, but the newest version of Kindle doesn’t support it. ( Update : Unfortunately, Amazon has decided NOT to support EPUB in the next version of their Kindle.)