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As devices for reading e-books proliferate, it increasingly makes sense to make publications available in an e-book. There are a number of cases in which you might do this: If you have a blog and want to make the best posts into an e-book. Make Your Own E-Books with Pandoc
If you need to convert files from one markup format into another, pandoc is your swiss-army knife.
For the past few months we ProfHackers have been running an occasional series about using the command line. Pandoc Converts All Your (Text) Documents
Booktype is open-source software that allows people to write, publish and print e-books within minutes. Using powerful, yet simple to use tools, Booktype makes it easy for almost anyone to start their very own e-book. An easy drag-and-drop interface makes it plain and simple to make an e-book, while tools such as collaborative proofreaders, editors and contributors make it possible for organizations to hook up with other people and write an e-book in a teamwork environment. The digital book can then be exported to popular e-book stores such as Amazon, iBooks, Lulu.com, etc. Booktype: Write, Print & Publish Digital Books
Booktango: Edit, Publish & Sell Your E-Books Online If you want to venture into self-publishing, then you should check out Booktango. While it touts itself as an online e-book publisher, Booktango also offers a well-optimized e-book editor for the iPad and other tablet devices. Anyone can upload their book, add a design cover and publish it to major e-book retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo. Booktango generates different formats of your book so that you can sell them online. You can sell directly through the Booktango platform and get 100% of the sale, or sell to Amazon and other online bookstores to get 90% of the sale. The tablet-based editor offers various customizations like cover designer, internal page designs, graphics and images and more.
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