Michael’s comments are worth reading I didn’t ask his permission this time, but this is an excellent comment by Michael in reply to my posting about the probable need to go back to using Amazon’s Kindle Export plug-in in InDesign CS6. Michael’s comments are again right on target as far as I can tell. My only hope is that someone at Amazon reads them. Many thanks for such a detailed explanation. My main take-way is that Amazon …Continue reading →
Possibly the biggest news in publishing for ministries and non-profits is that you can start out free. All it takes is an iMac or equivalent (Mac or PC) and InDesign You will need to do a bit of study. It will take some work. But, it can be done easily. The Adobe apps are all available for less than $50 per month. There is also educational and non-profit pricing. You can do this!
I had a little go’round with a coding geek on the #eprdctn Twitter feed about the use of fonts in ebooks. He was muttering about those #$*&^!%^#$ designers, and I ended up biting off the tips of my fingers to avoid cutting him a new one to drain all his pent up hostility. It was hardly a fruitful conversation. But it got me thinking. The real problem with the new publishing is the layout quality The quality …Continue reading →