I am sure I will run into a few little glitches, but it is nice to see (at least so far) that this formatting gets easier once you have a little experience under the belt.
As far as formatting for kindle and nook, I have that ready to go. That is now second nature to me (now watch the file get rejected when I decide to submit...). I want to wait until further into December to submit, as I want to be a new release for a few weeks after people open their gifts and get those new kindles!
Formatting for paperback has different requirements than for e-books, so you need to go slow and be careful. Always, ALWAYS keep a copy of your finished manuscript separate from the one you are formatting. That way, if you really mess up you have not lost your work.
Time to get back at it. I want to make sure that I have done everything possible to assure my readers a quality book!
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