Trouble understanding Apple's eBook Agency Agreement for the iBookstore [more inside]
I'd like to start an ebook publisher. Do I need to incorporate? Is there some other official...designation...I should be seeking? [more inside]
So, I have an ebook in the epub format. I want to read it on a device that is not the one I downloaded it to. Calibre informs me that this book is locked by DRM. I still want to read it on this device, and I don't want to buy the book twice - how do I make it so? [more inside]
I am looking to purchase an e-ink reader... Been looking at the Kindle and Nook and I am having trouble deciding. One of my top priorities is that books I purchase not be lost in 3, 5 or 10 years down the road. Which device is most likely to be be future proof? I also have specific uses that I want it to work for such as being able to load PDFs of academic articles/books and access to the library (see extended explanation for more uses). Thanks for your help! [more inside]
Does anybody have any experiences using Ebooks for graduate level study? In particular Kindle books or books from Coursemart? Making citations?
I'm going to be taking a few graduate courses online while traveling abroad. I need three textbooks. All three are available for the Kindle through Amazon. Only two are available through Coursemart. I bought a tablet with the hopes I could use it for the texts and avoid carrying three more books with me when traveling. I see two potential problems, that being said my question ultimately has two parts: [more inside]
My urban fantasy ebook on Amazon has done well enough to make me really happy, but I'd love to promote it more. Thing is, a pen name was absolutely necessary and I don't have money to do actual advertising. Options? [more inside]
When I finally take the plunge on an eBook reader I want an epic collection of public domain classic and/or important and/or utilitarian books to live on it. I'm looking for a particular sort of resource for this quest. [more inside]
Recommend some free e-books for Kindle? [more inside]
Is there a non-obnoxious way to promote a book to specific people? [more inside]
I want to make e-books: should I get a Android Tablet or an iPad? [more inside]
Could anyone recommend a site that reviews ebooks not just on the merits of their content, but on how well they're presented? [more inside]
Help with viewing eBook on computer. (details inside) [more inside]
I have never read Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, but I would like to. Please recommend to me your ideas for the best way to approach this. Web, Kindle or iOS friendly methods welcome. [more inside]
Why are pirated/cracked ebooks commonly of such low quality? This is for an academic paper. [more inside]
Is it actually possible or enjoyable to read Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell as an ebook? [more inside]
Will an Android tablet allow me to read eBooks provided through McGraw Hill Connect and Xplana? [more inside]
I have a Sony Reader Touch (PR-600). Is there any way to get my highlighted "notes" into one readable file? [more inside]
Looking for early 20th century authors similar to Stephen Leacock and Booth Tarkington. My father-in-law enjoys their writings and would like to read similar authors that are in the public domain and are available in ebook format. He would also like to find early downloadable copies of True and Argosy magazines.
Please recommend your favourite independent ebook publishers! [more inside]
Ok so I have asked a similar question recently but I wanted to be more specific to get some feedback from people. Thanks. [more inside]
Any tips and advice on how to manage your e-book files and library, especially on calibre? [more inside]
Hi I am starting a ebooks community site where people can submit their books and then we will publish and sell the books for the authors. I was wondering if anyone knew a good way to reach independent authors and how to market our site to them? We are looking for writers of self help, recipes, novels, and anything else. We really want to empower writers to get their stuff out their and to help them make some money in the process. Any help on how to find people like that would be much appreciated! Thanks!
Seeking recommendations for e-book readers that meet my specifications. Any experience with the BeBook? [more inside]
I'm looking for fiction about ebooks, specifically where the ebook or the e-reader interface plays an important role in the work. Novels, novellas, short stores are all good. [more inside]
What e-book vendor offers the widest selection of technical titles with reasonable DRM that I can suggest to my employer? [more inside]
There are numerous web sites reselling ebooks or even offering memberships for unlimited downloads (generally for a seemingly nominal fee). One example of a site like this is http://www.thereadingsite.com/join.html So assuming any of these sites are legally doing this, how do they get the rites to resell the ebooks? How would someone go about getting similar rights?
What is the best Kindle Spanish-English dictionary? [more inside]
Hire someone to help organize my digital library metadata? [more inside]
I'm trying to find public domain e-books of English language teaching material that I can adapt into online courses. [more inside]
What should I get paid as a senior editor of a new ebook company? [more inside]
Can you recommend any books in translation I might want to read that are public domain? [more inside]
I want to self-publish my books on Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble etc. I am a Canadian (Ontario). What do I need to know about this, for tax purposes, before I start? [more inside]
Give me an entertaining history of the world for $50! [more inside]
A book that I want to read on my Kindle will be released soon. Is there any advantage in pre-ordering it? [more inside]
Kindle3 or Color Nook or Samsung Tab or just sticking with dead trees? I've been reading so many reviews, forums, tech support, askme posts, that my head is spinning and I don't know what to think. The new Kindle and Nook are supposedly vastly better than their predecessors, so I'm hoping mefites with new holiday toys might be able to shed some light. [more inside]
Has anyone ever used "The Novel Network"? There is a one time fee of $49 to download as many eBooks, news papers, etc. in any eReader format. I have the Kindle 3 and I download a lot of free eBooks. This site looks like it might be worth it to get access to many publications for a small-ish fee.
Where can I find free e-book (pdf or any e-book format) travel guides? [more inside]
bunch of questions/confirmations about getting a reading device., mainly about formats and what is possible on the different devices. Despite reading a number of articles about the different devices, i still can't figure it out. [more inside]
Am I going to have to return my brand new Kindle? [more inside]
What's the easiest way to batch convert PDF files to the Kindle format on a Mac? [more inside]
I need to have about 20 novels scanned, OCRed and professionally proofed for conversion to ebooks. Destructive scanning is acceptable. Have you had recent experiences with a company that provides such a service? What did it cost, and how was their proofing? [more inside]
Kindle 3 abroad? I'm looking to buy a Kindle and take it to Germany with me -- will I be able to download books from Amazon US without difficulties? Should I get the wifi or 3G version? [more inside]
I'm starting to consider getting an e-reader, mainly because the books I'm really keen on are unavailable in my local library system and are hardly available in Australian bookstores (and are too expensive otherwise). However, I'm not sure if the books I'm after are actually available in any eBook format. Is there a way to find this out? [more inside]
Looking for a site like clicker, only for eBooks. Specifically, I am trying to find somewhere where I can (free or pay) download "The Spy Who Came in From the Cold" by LeCarre. [more inside]
eBooks: In what ways have they impacted the incomes and/or business models of professional writers and novelists? [more inside]
PDF Filter: How can I split a 100 page PDF document, where each PDF page has two book pages, into a 200 page PDF document?
I have many scans of books in PDF format. The problem is that each PDF page has two side-by-side book pages and I want to optimize them for reading on a kindle. Because the scans are pretty regular, I am hoping it would be easy to automate the slicing of one page into two and then recompiling the halfpages into a single document. Does anyone know of any open source programs to do this? Perhaps a python library? A feature of Adobe Acrobat?
I like e-books, but miss the physical object, collecting and displaying. For my ebooks, what could I cheaply and easily make to stand in as a book on the shelf, to physically browse through my collection? [more inside]
How can I use ruby/shell scripts to edit a .mobi file for my Kindle? [more inside]
How do you like your kindle? Knowing what you know now, would you buy it again? How can I make a kindle/ebook experience better? [more inside]
What are some great books - especially shorter ones - that are available on Project Gutenberg? [more inside]