I’ll bet you never thought about it. But there are certainly answers that you need to know. This posting was triggered by a post from Sue Collier this morning which stated the following: “What length constitutes a book? It varies widely depending on who you ask. The U.S. Postal Service says you must have at least eight pages to qualify. International postal standards dictate that forty-nine pages is the magic number, not counting the cover. Anything under …Continue reading →
Now there is some real help. InDesign has been the best page layout tool for print for over a decade now. I was blessed to be in on the beta team for version one in 1999. I can remember how excited I was that there was finally a software tool I could use fluently that fit the way I think. Now InDesign 7.5 for the Design Premium suite CS5.5 is here I don’t know when it will …Continue reading →
One of the interesting things about the new paradigm of publishing is the lack of exclusivity. As I publish works for Radiqx and clients, I am continually struck by how many places I normally release things. My norm now is to start with Lulu, then do a Createspace version, then make an html version for Kindle, then a Word version for Smashwords, an ePUB version on Lulu for iPad, a PDF of one of the versions for …Continue reading →
I have just added two minisites to the Radiqx site. There is a section now on Practical Prophecy without speculation. There is also a new section of the Practical Practice of Walking in the Spirit. They need to be proofed. If you have time to read the pages in the sections and sent me any typos, I would greatly appreciate it. Also, if there is anything you want me to write about, just let me know.
I put off WordPress for years, and now I know why. Coding! What a PITA! Anyway, I’ve beat the thing into rough shape — now maybe I can get some work done. Spring here is finally getting started. I hope it is good where you are also. For us it’s been in the 60s day and 40s night, my favorite weather.