Creating eBooks with Scrivener 3

Scrivener has been my writing tool of choice for a good number of years. It’s got a Swiss Army Knife tool set that’s second to none, and is set up so you can use the features you want, and ignore those you don’t want to use 1. One feature every Scrivener user will have to…

Penny Gnomes Price Drop!

If you’ve been considering picking up an eBook of In The Land Of The Penny Gnomes then this is your lucky weekend! Now through Sunday the eBook is on sale in the Kindle store for only 99 cents! I’m a bit biased, but this would make a great read for a holiday weekend. %error% Just…

Textbook pain

My son is visually impaired. It doesn’t slow him down all that much, but it does make school more difficult than it would be for him if he had better vision. Several years ago we got him an iPad so he’d be able to read – it’s been amazing for him. The iPad has become…

Simply the Nook

I received my Father’s Day present a bit early this year. My wife let it slip that she was planning on getting me an eReader as a present, and had to pick the model I wanted. Thanks to some sleuthing I managed to track down a Nook Simple Touch with Glow Light at a local…

Harry Potter and the future of eBooks

When I first tracked down some rumors that JK Rowling was pursuing options to offer eBook versions of Harry Potter, I was ecstatic. I love the books, as do my wife and daughter. I wanted my son to be able to enjoy them as well, but without an eBook option it wasn’t in the realm…

iPad

My son has Ocular Albinism.  It doesn’t slow him down much, but it does make reading a frustrating experience for him.  I’ve found his frustration disheartening because my son is a very good reader.  He has the ability to give characters voices and can work unfamiliar words out pretty well. At our church children are given a…