What Happens when you have a Story to Tell, with Zita Podany
Zita had a story to tell. But life, as it does, kept getting in the way. Then she read the back of an Arcadia book where it said “Write for Arcadia.” She looked on the website and decided to contact them with her ideas.
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At the end of the Createspace process, we’re offered the chance to publish our book to kindle. Createspace sends the cover file, suitably formatted, but recommends we use a doc file rather than our nice pdf. This makes sense. pdf files are formatted. Ebooks aren’t. Continue reading Journal News 2015 – Step 14 – Publish on Kindle
Fine-tuning that print file takes forever, but the aim is to produce something that looks professional, rather than something we simply rushed into print. So here goes:
Page numbers: Continue reading Journal News 2015 – Step 11 – fixing the print file
We’re lucky. We’ve already created two journals on Createspace. Our intent is to make this next one match and improve on the last – learning from our mistakes. Continue reading Journal News 2015 – Step 10 – format for print
Around 20 people attended September’s meeting, perhaps encouraged by the promise of a photo at the end.
We had planned for two critiques but this month, but that didn’t work out so, inspired by David Sedaris’ Me Talk Pretty One Day, Sheila gave a talk on Me Print Pretty. Notes from her talk are included below.
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I’m still cleaning up that file – lots of details to look out for: Continue reading Journal News 2015 – Step 5 – file cleaning
I now have a massive messy file. What shall I do with it? Continue reading Journal News 2015 – Step 3 – style