I have exciting news for you, our readers, today. For today, Paradise Publishers launches our newest venture: social publishing on Foboko.com. Foboko takes an innovative approach to writing and publishing with its super helpful, step-by-step wizard that takes you by the hand and shows you where and how to get started, and guides you through the whole book writing process up to and including publication.
With so many revolutionary changes in the eBook industry lately, we believe that our Foboko.com will fit right into this new era in indie publishing. We tip our hats to the pioneers such
In this new age of self-publishing and electronic book and readers, the most rousing debate is about what the future of publishing is going to be. A great many people suspect that the big name, traditional publishers will be obsolete in a few years. Some of our more beloved authors have insisted that traditional book publishing is not something that should be abandoned and that they in fact are going to stick to it, at least for the major projects.
We have talked about this many times on this blog – where is the future or publishing going
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