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Old 09-06-2011, 08:27 PM   #46
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Thanks very much for recommending "Kindle Formatting: The Complete Guide to Formatting Books for the Amazon Kindle." I spent the weekend working in HTML trying to figure out how to format the poem I was working on. This recommendation will save me a lot of time in the future. It's already wirelessly delivered!
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Hey everyone, thanks for a fantastic thread! I picked up a few new ideas on eBook conversion. Seems like the general consensus is working with the html directly, couldn't agree more.

I recently created a website, http://ebookjuggler.com, with tutorials on eBook conversion. It would be great to get some additional input from pros like you, on the website layout and the actual content.

Also, a LOT of you guys had some really cool tricks, would any of you be interested in writing a guest post for the site? I'm not promising money, but maybe fame. You'd be free to format the tutorial any way you like, either paste your posts from here or summarize the info for a web page.

My goal is to build a nice reference for people who are not familiar with browsing forums, or who are not as tech savvy. A simple web page with step by step instructions would be perfect for them!
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