Category Archives: Text Formatting

My novel setup with Blurb BookWright.

I’m writing down this process in the eventual case where I forget one or more steps to the process. As I mentioned in a previous post, this program is better than other options, but itself has a lot of drawbacks. In this case there is a lot of manual adjustment needed, which is time consuming and prone to human error. In this process I’m basically copying text from a finished … Continue reading

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Refining my self publishing process.

This all came about when I decided to try voicing my first Creator Sky book to make an audio book. By the time that I got to chapter 4, I was seeing various issues with the text flow when read out loud. Because I want the text to be the best that it can be, I decided to revise it. It might have introduced new typos, but I felt it … Continue reading

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Formatting e-books, my current process (novels)

Edit: I figured out a few things to improve my process. I had a long lull in my self-publishing efforts. Most of what I learned back in 2011-2013 was forgotten. I’m going to write down the process I’ve (re)figured out recently so that I can have it as backup in case the same thing happens again. It’s currently a little “hackish” in how I get the final product, but I’m … Continue reading

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