Sword & Sorcery: "An earthier sort of fantasy" discussion

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S.E. Lindberg (selindberg) | 2188 comments Mod
Member and artist Gary chimed in on the Sword-n-PLanet thread (https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...) regarding art's place in eBook and small publishing:

He wrote: "I'd love to hear what you have to say about it and I'm curious about your feelings on art's place in this ebook/ small publisher world. Thanks!"

thoughts here?


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S.E. Lindberg (selindberg) | 2188 comments Mod
S.E. wrote: "Member and artist Gary chimed in on the Sword-n-PLanet thread (https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...) regarding art's place in eBook and small..."

I had some thoughts, given that I illustrated and formatted the eBooks for Lords of Dyscrasia and learned the joys of digital publication (I am not fairly acquainted with the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite). ePub formats 1.0 and 2.0 were not kind to format with images; it was rather easy to prepare the Print version, but the activation energy was tough to overcome. I think with ebooks becoming more standardized every day, and with ePub 3.0 emerging the HTML5 foundation...it will be easier to use and place images.


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