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Kindle! Everyone wants their book on Kindle. And, everyone wants it to look gorgeous. As covered in previous posts (here for cover images, getting Kindlegen to recognize the cover image, and an introduction to the all-important OPF file), the key … Continue reading
In an earlier post, I talked about Kindlegen and how to make it sing. This post talks about the key to all that singing: the OPF file. The OPF file is essentially a list of things for Kindlegen to do. … Continue reading
Amazon’s Kindlegen is for books, right? Those following this blog know that I’m getting close to releasing my new novel, The Unexpected Traveler, on Kindle. So why am I writing here instead of on the Mt. Sneffels Press website? The … Continue reading
In the past few days, Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing came out with an update to their kindlegen software to support the new Kindle Fire. The process is this: Prepare your document in your word processor (I use Open Office Writer). … Continue reading