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Self-Publishing Starter Kit

Self-Publishing Starter Kit

We get a lot of questions here from writers just beginning to self-publish who have little to no idea about the process. They’re all asking about the most basic nuts and bolts: how do I self-publish? We’ve gathered together the best services currently running (and have been running for a while) to publish a book quickly and professionally. There’s still ... Read More »

Get 10% off at BookBaby

I was just contacted by a BookBaby rep who offered SPR visitors this code to get 10% off on premium services: Springbk10 It expires March 31, 2012. About BookBaby: Upload your eBook and pay as little as $99. Signing up on BookBaby.com is fast and easy. You set the selling price, supply eBook descriptions, author bio, and even list out ... Read More »

An Interview with eBookIt CEO Bo Bennett


eBookit is one of the best new conversion services – and their site just had a major redesign, suggesting that the service is growing quickly along with the ebook market.  I haven’t worked with eBookIt for any of my own books, but I walked my dad through the process and it was easy – and fast. It’s $149 to convert, ... Read More »

eBookit Review

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Ebookit charges a flat fee of $149: What WE Do: 1. We Prepare Your File for Conversion 2. We Assign You an ISBN 3. We Convert Your File To Many Required eBook Types 4. We Check Your Converted eBook for Quality 5. We Distribute Your eBook to the World 6. We Promote Your eBook! (optional) 7. We Pay You! Fine ... Read More »

How to Format a Kindle Ebook


If you’ve got a blog, you’re probably familiar with what it takes to format for the Kindle.  If a tag like <em> is totally unfamiliar to you, it’ll be a bit harder to get up to speed, but HTML code is actually not as complicated as it looks – especially as it pertains to a Kindle book, which doesn’t need ... Read More »

eBook Authors: Render Thy eBook or Miss The Boat


I am a non-fiction and technical book reader at heart. Lately I have become addicted to ebooks. I like the ability to get the ebook anytime and anywhere and read it anytime I want. Recently a historical fiction hardcover book was passed to me. A book about Elizabeth 1 of England and the period in history called the Tudor dynasty. ... Read More »