Friday, March 22, 2013


I am a freelance eBook editor/formatter/converter. I've converted my fair share of eBooks and have seen quite a bit of both good and bad formatting. I thought I would start this blog to help out self-publishing authors when they're ready to publish their eBook, as well as advertise my services.

I've added two pages you can view from the sidebar on the right. One page shows the services I offer and the prices I charge. The other shows a list of eBooks I have formatted so you can see my work.

The formats that I almost always work with are Word documents that need converting into either mobi (for Amazon/Kindle) or ePub (for Barnes & Noble, Apple, etc). Therefore, most of the advice that I'll give will refer to those formats.

The programs that I use most often include Microsoft Word, Sigil, Kindlegen, Kindle Previewer, and Calibre, just to list a few. So, again, most of the advice I'll give will refer to those programs.

If you have any questions, or if there's anything you'd like me to post about, simple leave a comment.


  1. great info now i have new idea about
    ebook cover design because i was planning to build a team for book cover designers and ebook desgin. thanks for this great advice and tips.