howour eyes attend to the LORD our God until he has mercy on us. 3 Have mercy on us, LORD! Have mercy because we've had more than enough shame. Her simple apartment, successful career and Thursday night pizza dates with her too-hot-for-words editor Ross are more than enough for her. At least that's what. 8God has the power to provide you with more than enough of every kind of grace. That way, you will have everything you need always and in everything to.
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This post is about the baffling world of ebook formats, and what I learned while wrangling my book into shape. Partly so I remember next time I need to build a revision, but also because this stuff took me some time to figure out, and if it helps someone else that would be excellent. If you have also been through this, or know about converting from other formats, please add your advice in the comments. Writing the book I wrote the first draft in Scrivener. I really like Scrivener, in particular for work like this that consists of lots of different sections. I could work on whichever section took my fancy each day.
There are two problems. First, EPUB 2 is often good enough. Most books are better without video. Reading system support is far more variable than the specifications are. Second, the lines between versions of EPUB are often blurred.
Our EPUB 3 files include the dreaded ncx. Most EPUB 3. Moving Forward The question remains: how do we move forward? Perhaps we can learn something from the web, and make old and new coexist more easily.
One interesting aspect of this is that many formally invalid EPUBs actually work at least when side-loaded. Browsers are well-tested and constantly upgraded.
And they have dev tools. EPUBs are sold and displayed by someone else. All the major browser vendors participate in the web standards process. EPUB is often not used directly, but converted into something else. But, acknowledging all those differences, what should we do? What is the interoperable core of EPUB? What features can be trusted everywhere? Before we change EPUB any more, we need to find out what is supported today.
EPUB creators are less interested in what should work than in what does work. To do this we need tests, and we need lots of reading systems that pass the tests.
More nuanced validation. But this sophisticated tool is too often used in a simplistic way. No errors or warnings is good; literally anything else is bad. I found that BetterZip on the Mac allowed me to open the archive and have a look at the contents.
I have seen suggestions that some tools will require you to change the extension to. Download the KindleGen tool from site. It is another command line tool but you are there already, so you may as well continue. Back on the command line, still in my folder run the KindleGen command: kindlegen book. The only issue I had was with my duplicate titles as mentioned above, however the error messaging from the KindleGen tool was pretty good and I was able to figure out the issue.
If you are hitting up against errors then the first thing to check would be that your epub file is valid. I used a tool called FlightCrew which is basic, but does the job.
I should note that the less you mess about with formatting for the Kindle the better. The Kindle does a pretty nice job of making readable books, the less we mess with it the better.
My troubles really began when I tried to create a PDF. I had read the article on How to write a book by Jonathan Snook on how he was using the commercial, and rather expensive, Prince software to generate his book.
Prince looked like a great option but I saw in the comments there were other tools available. As my book was all text — no images or code to worry about — surely a basic tool could do the job. If you want to try wkhtmltopdf yourself then installation is straightforward and it is another commandline tool.
The user manual for wkhtmltopdf explains the options, such as the -B for margin-bottom and -T for margin-top as used in my command above.
I tried some options, tried to compress the PDF via various means, with no results. A quick Google confirmed I was not the only person with this issue. The problem seemed unresolvable, it was Sunday night and I wanted to launch Monday morning. The book was ready and I was going to be held up by a PDF. I downloaded the non-profit version that adds a logo just to check that Prince would solve the issue.
Prince is also a commandline tool on the Mac but is essentially a drop-in replacement for wkhtmltopdf. Download it, install it then run: prince book. And they did. They ruined us and turned our dreams into nightmares.
But now we're back.
A heart so strong it will never slow. There is a promise so sure it can never lie. He promised me that love forever. Even when it wasn't enough. No sounds of the ticking of a clock. Just the rising and falling of the sun. And our own sense of forever.