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A journalist and writer for nearly 20 years, Steven Lewis has written for the Financial Times, Esquire, GQ, and the International Herald Tribune, among others. A long-time resident of Hong Kong, he had a popular and long-running consumer technology column in the South China Morning Post and was the technology editor of Asian Business.
He first published online in 1994 and today his titles are available in Amazon's Kindle store, Apple's iBookstore, and as audiobooks through Audible.
Steven is also a professional podcaster, ghostwriter and helps other writers publish their ebooks. His guides, reports, how-tos and blog for authors can be found at Taleist.com
This did exactly what it said on the cover. I followed Steven's instructions and with his helpful links to pre-made sources of code I quickly and easily published my book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Craig Henson
A Kabala scholar could spend a lifetime studying the maddening riddles of Amazon documentation and still fail to penetrate its mysteries. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Mark Myers
Very thorough and an easy read! I'll be referring to this text often. I highly recommend this book for all beginning self-publishers.Published 23 months ago by John
This book is excellently written and formatted (as you would expect from its title) so it serves as a good instruction manual -- and it therefore should receive 5 stars -- but... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Frank D
This writer lauds himself pretty highly, especially in trying to tell the reader how much he knows. Now since I have learned to format K books, I need very little of what he had to... Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by Bob Taylor
This book is written,for the most part, easy for the average person to understand. Even if you don,t know any html, this book is a great place to start. Read morePublished on November 7, 2012 by firemaiden