-Christopher Keane, bestselling author of "The Hunter," "How to Write a Selling Screenplay," and "One Before Bedtime."
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I recommend this all the time to authors who are looking to get into indie publishing. Helped immensely.Published 26 days ago by HollySchindler
This book is about one piece of software, not about any other way to publish your book. The title should at least say Scrivener. Read morePublished 1 month ago by F. Nagel
Ed combines easy-to-understand explanations with plenty of visuals that gave me confidence as I went through the publication process. Definitely worth the price of the book.Published 2 months ago by Expat_in_Xinjiang
This e-book was very helpful navigating between Scrivener and Smashwords. Very clear explanations and examples of how to compile my ebooks.Published 3 months ago by J.E. Vader!
This book, Scrivener, and my Mac were lifesavers when getting my book ready to publish. The author gives several tips that a lot of other resources skipped over - things like minor... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Val O. Morris
I wrote my first book, Logan's Word, using Scrivener. Even as unfamiliar as I was with Scrivener, it was still so much better than trying to write 86,000 words in Word or Pages. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Don Robertson
A clear and concise guide for composing and compiling your ebook for all the major platforms. Ed Ditto's directions are easy to understand and cover most of what you'll need to... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jaime Boust
This is a great book to format your book. I enjoyed the whole book but mostly focused on the kindle version. It's amazingly easy to format your book for kindle. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon_reviews
A very informative read. Certainly good for Scrivener users that are unfamiliar with formatting and exporting to different publishing formats. Simple to read and easy to follow. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Netherwhere