As an editor at Free-eBooks.net, one of the things I do is to make sure that our eBooks meet certain standards. I have come across a few customer complaints and reviews that criticised the way the eBook looked in a particular format. And as we work to continually improve our services to our community, I wanted to research this thoroughly so that we can be confident that we offer the best quality to our readers as possible.
Publishing houses normally have a style guide that has explicit instructions on how to format a book for publication. One of
And just when we thought that eBooks were going to take over the world, the news of at least two authors who are sticking with the printed book. Richard Russo and Stephen King have both promised that their next novels are not going to be offered electronically. In King’s case, he adds “for the time being” which sort of implies that he hasn’t closed the door on the idea.
Russo says he wants to support the traditional bookstore model and the notion of local buying; so his next novel, a collaboration between himself and his daughter, is going
Are you thinking of publishing with us and wondering what we advise on how to get listed in our library? There are a number of things to keep in mind when publishing with Free-eBooks.net.
The first thing to consider are the editorial guidelines outlined in detail here at http://www.free-ebooks.net/editorial.html. To briefly summarise:
You must be the legal copyright owner of the work and all material contained in it and be prepared to offer up proof of same to us should we require it.
If you have a non-fiction work that is less than 60 pages, and it