Speakaboos has what appears to be a large collection of free stories for reading and listening online. All are in a flash player. The site is very slow to load pages. Each of the images on the page linked seems to lead to at least 4 stories each and the images on the bottom half circle also lead to addtional free stories (the ones I check all were accompanied by songs. Geared to younger children.
Both, Goodreads and Google+ have a free tool to advertise this event. Just type “event” into the search function on Goodreads, and on Google+ you can see the event planner on the right hand side of your timeline. Set it up a couple of days in advance and send out an email, to all your peers, write about it on FB, tweet it several times before the free days begin and don’t forget to announce it on Pinterest with a nice cover photo of your book.
Maybe they shouldn’t charge ridiculous prices for books. Screwing over students, making one small revision so they can resell the new edition for full price. Adding in bullshit online codes so you’re forced to purchase the book new and removing the used book option. Screw the publishers, I pirate with pride. I’ve paid about $100 for thousands of dollars worth of textbooks. Don’t rip me off and I won’t rip you off. Sounds like you’re salty paying thousands for BS textbooks!
1. I don’t know how much it would exactly cost. I paid roughly $100 to the company that I mentioned, 52novels, and they formatted the eBook for me in both Amazon format and ePub. With that, you can publish very easily. You fill in all the data about your book, the keywords, title, etc., and then you simply upload the file you were given. Then you set the pricing. Then you’re finished. Maybe try the website smashwords; I’m not too familiar with them but I know they have a service that helps you upload your eBook to various places.
I picked up an interesting comment today from an editor at Hachai Publishing: “Hard copies remain necessary if books are to be read and enjoyed on Shabbat, during which we do not use computers, handhelds, Kindles, or any other electronic devices.” I understand that in some Jewish traditions, the ancient prohibition against kindling [no pun intended] a fire on the Sabbath is still applied to using anything that runs on electrical or ignition power.
Any EBook Converter Free will make it possible to create electronic books (ebooks) all by yourself. Whenever you create a PDF or TXT with hours of typing or drawing and want it readable in other devices that use EPUB, MOBI, RTF, etc., Any EBook Converter Free will help you create ebook from your work in the format you need, without the aid of any additional tools.
Hi Paul, Thanks for this guide. Do all these steps 9esp uploading, payment etc) also work internationally, do you know? The reason I ask is because Kindle doesn’t work in Pakistan (where I am) and I can’t access the browser/web kindle app either. Thanks for your thoughtful and detailed post. Writing my first-for-Kindle ebook and hoping to work out the kinks soon!
An intimate, powerful, and inspiring memoir by the former First Lady of the United States In a life filled with meaning and accomplishment, Michelle Obama has emerged as one of the most iconic and compelling women of our era. As First Lady of the United States of America—the first African American to serve in that role—she helped create the most welcoming and inclusive...
It is important to know the supported file types by your device. An iPhone and an Android device might not support the same format, while Kindle might have a completely different file format for supported eBooks. So, as a device owner and eBook reader, you got to pick what best suits your device specifications. Kindle supports – Word, MOBI, HTML, RTF, ePub, Adobe PDF, TXT, and Kindle Package Format. iOS devices support – ePub, PDF. Android devices can work with ePub, RTF, MOBI, PRC, Word, PDF, HTML, TXT and lot more. After knowing the right eBook format for your device, you can choose the best torrent for books.
That’s My eBook creates a promotion page for your book that is permanent on the site free of charge. We don’t sell your book, we just promote it without the need to reduce your prices. All the information on the site is can be updated at any time. It’s purely just free advertising for your book and offers another way for readers to find your book. We also don’t run any advertising on the site. We just want users to be able to find books and authors to gain sales.
Smashwords offers a free style guide for formatting your e-book. Although Smashwords encourages authors to keep things simple, you can still create a professional-quality e-book with Smashwords that includes a linked table of contents, NCX navigation, and custom paragraph styling. A couple of years ago, I created an acceptable-looking e-book in about 30 minutes after making some tweaks (usually they involve spacing between chapter breaks) and reprocessing my file three times. If you follow Smashwords' guidelines, you can end up with a professional-quality "reflowable" e-book that looks as good as what many of the big publishers are putting out and reads well on any screen size.
The Pirate Bay is the probably only torrent site which is around for a while. It is one of the best portals for torrent seekers in multiple categories such as movies, videos, application, games, eBooks, etc. Within a few minutes of surfing, you will get to know that it has a massive collection of eBook torrents from multi disciple such as foods, homebuilding, fiction, automobiles and several others.
Paul, Thank you so much for this valuable content, you have just saved me a LOT of time and made the consideration of producing an eBook a lot more doable. I keep thinking I must start work on an eBook and have had thoughts about Amazon, but didn’t really believe it would be possible or that I would run into too many issues. Hearing this from someone who has been through the process is so valuable….now to decide what would be of value to my audience. Thinking time 🙂
Now, after being greatly upset by the above post, we after all are just myself, my wife and a couple of writer friends trying to do something new and different, I decided to do some searching on the net and found a site closely related to our name (zippyshare) which DOES have quite a shady reputation as both spammer and illegal downloader, but I want to make the readers here at Library Thing aware that those folks have NOTHING to do with us. (I picked HotZippy because I thought it had a cute sounding name like Google or Kobo etc and probably should have looked a little more closely, though I never anticipated something such as this happening to us.)