PRLog - Jan. 12, 2014 - EUGENE, Ore. -- A new book was released today to help authors and publishers convert their books to Kindle format. The author, Gayla Groom, says that her book, How to Convert Your Book to Kindle, which is itself in Kindle format, is intended to solve the numerous problems people have encountered trying to use the poorly documented Kindle Direct Publishing platform.
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"When I was first trying to convert my books to Kindle, I was desperate for information,"
The ebook, which is equivalent to about 150 pages of a print book, shows step-by-
According to Groom, the information in How to Convert Your Book to Kindle: Simple Steps for Non-Programmers (available in the Kindle store at http://www.amazon.com/
"Since HTML is the key to controlling the Kindle process, you will need to learn a few HTML tags," according to Groom. She says it is not hard. "Once you know some HTML, you have a lot more say over how your book turns out. You can actually make your book look nice. You gain maximum flexibility, and maximum protection against future changes in acceptable formats for Kindle books. And you have a better chance of being able to deal with problems or weirdnesses that come up."
Author Gayla Groom is experienced at converting books to Kindle; she is also a writer of instruction manuals, a book editor, and a page layout artist. Her portfolio is at http://www.gayla-