Six weeks to an antho (part 2)

Anyone considering self-publishing e-books on Amazon should read this. Devi has really nailed this whole formatting malarky! I wish so much that I’d been able to read this before I set about trying to format my first e-book!

Crush Blush

This is the second post in a three-part series about how to create an anthology from scratch in six weeks. Read the part one here.

Part II: Getting Pub-Ready for the ‘Zon

I’m going to share a bunch of tips on how to format an anthology manuscript for Amazon, if you are using Microsoft Word (2010 or later).

We created a paranormal erotic anthology, four authors working together, and we wanted to have as much creative freedom as possible. But we knew we wanted a common format for all the stories. If you check out the editions (Lust by the Sea (published July 2016), the forthcoming Lust on the Wing (Sept 13) and Lust in Tooth and Claw (late September)), they’re all in the same format. When I did the formatting for Lust by the Sea, it took about 2 hours to create a table of contents…

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    1. I’m pleased you think so! It’s all about gathering the right knowledge, to be able to forge ahead and perform the tasks. Once you understand what to do in order to upload to Amazon, it’s great, but it can be a big learning curve. All help from those in the know is valued when it comes to publishing. 🙂

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