This is one of the most helpful posts I’ve read. It doesn’t just tell you how to format for Kindle; it shows examples of different layouts depending on the type of word processor you’re using. We owe Chris a huge thank-you.
KINDLE FORMATTING EXAMPLE
I just published a new Kindle e-book and it occurred to me that it might be helpful to show on my blog how I formatted it.
This way, you can see an actual example of the formatting in action. You can also check out the free sample if you have a Kindle to see how it turned out. (Or the whole book, free if you have Kindle Unlimited; just 99 cents to buy.)
It’s a fun little book (by fun, I mean it involves puzzles—word scrambles, but not the usual variety: these have a Romance theme). But even if you don’t like the book, you can still check out the free sample to explore the features and how they were made. After all, this article isn’t about word scrambles; it’s about formatting Kindle e-books.
Formatting a puzzle book or a workbook for Kindle poses several formatting challenges…
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