Monthly Archives: March 2014

How to Publish an eSerial: #2 of N

On Book Design and InDesign Book design is an old art. Its leading practioners know a lot about what makes a book look good. As one such artist told me, in what at first seemed like a koan, “Book design

Posted in Design, eBooks, eReaders, eSerials, Publishing

Transfer Book Files to iOS: Method 1

If you’re a subscriber to Moby Dx on Gumroad and trying to read the book on an iPhone, iTouch, or iPod,  then you’re probably wondering, “How do I get my book files onto my iOS device?”  The answer is both

Posted in eBooks, eReaders, Moby Dx

Moby Dx: Ripe for a TV Series

Cristina Ferreira writes on 2/01/2014 … This book is ripe for a TV series. When was the first time you heard aloud “Call me Ishmael” ? How much can obsession drive success or is it all about luck? If there

Posted in Moby Dx, Review

Unpredictable fusion and the dark hearts

Laurie Weisz of Talking Writing wrote of Moby Dx on Jan 31, 2014 … Dan Seligson is not a jaded by-product of the Iowa Writers Workshop. His riveting first novel tells a story of Silicon Valley’s big players, the unpredictable

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How to Publish an eSerial – Part 1 of N

For reasons good or bad, I decided to serialize Moby Dx, and once I did, I discovered that I faced a bunch of challenges above and beyond those of just publishing an e-book, or is that ebook? In a series

Posted in eSerials, Moby Dx, Publishing, Uncategorized
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