Format an Ebook with Sigil

by C. K. MacLeod @CKMacleodwriter Updated July 24, 2016: Sigil’s newest version has a different interface from the one you’ll see in this post. While Sigil is a great tool for the right price, I’ve begun to use Jutoh instead. Jutoh is better supported, and it allows me to create epubs and mobis. It’s possible to build an ebook… Continue reading Format an Ebook with Sigil

Most Popular Tech Posts of 2014

by C.K. MacLeod Here are the top 10 Posts on Tech Tools for Writers in 2014. 20-Minute Macro Course (free) Retrieving a Backup File in Scrivener Improve Your Writing with Macros Scrivener Cheat Sheet (Downloadable) How to Make Word Behave Like Scrivener A Self-Editing Toolkit New Tool for Writing and Editing: WPS Writer Creating and… Continue reading Most Popular Tech Posts of 2014

Creating and Checking Your EPUB in Sigil

by C.K. MacLeod This is the third post in a series on using Sigil, a free epub editor that will allow you to build epubs for Apple iBooks, Lulu, Smashwords, and Kobo. In previous posts, I explained how to get your ebook from Word to Sigil, and from there, how to style your ebook so… Continue reading Creating and Checking Your EPUB in Sigil

8 Steps to Styling Your Ebook in Sigil

by C.K. MacLeod In today’s post, I’ll discuss how to style your ebook in Sigil. Many of the steps in this post are based on Paul Salvette’s excellent tutorial, How to Make an Ebook with Sigil. I’ve broken down the steps further and provided more screen shots in those areas where I think it’s easy to… Continue reading 8 Steps to Styling Your Ebook in Sigil

How to Create an Ebook With Sigil

by C.K. MacLeod Ebook distributors make it possible for authors to upload a Microsoft Word document for publishing an ebook. Because many authors use Microsoft Word, this is an attractive option. If your ebook is mostly text and you’ve done a good job of cleaning it up in Word, the end result can be quite acceptable.… Continue reading How to Create an Ebook With Sigil