Originally Posted by JSWolf
Now, I might consider buying your eBook if you hand crafted it and put it up and Kobo and B&N. But if I get a Smashwords copy, I have to fix it before I can read it. So take that as a bit of advice. Hand craft and put up good copies where possible.
I've seen you mention "hand crafted" ePubs before, and I'm curious. What exactly do you mean by hand crafted?
To me, hand crafted means writing the relevant files by hand
in a text editor, putting them in a zip file and renaming it to have a .epub extension. Or do you consider an ePub created with a program like Sigil to be hand crafted?