At last I've finally managed it - and if this technologically challenged numpty can manage it, then anyone can - my ebook is finally published! Admittedly I did tear my hair out a bit in the process: I had problems indenting paragraphs, when it kept indenting the first two lines instead of just the first one, but after downloading Mobipocket it sorted itself out. Mobipocket produced other problems though - my 'go to table of contents' disappeared completely, but as the contents list itself was still working okay I decided enough was enough and I'd reached the limits of my e-booking ability.
Once I found where it had downloaded my file to, and I'd imprisoned it on a USB stick for ease of discovering it again, the actual publishing bit was a doddle, although after pricing it at 99p, it came up as £1.09 ... But it is done and dusted and now at last I can settle down to the next project - I have a commissioned paper book to do as well as a backlist one I want to revise and bring out as an ebook.
So all that's left to do with this one is to wet it's head - so do please join me in my virtual launch party (well, it seemed appropriate for an ebook, and will be less disturbing for the wippitts): you are all invited, so help yourself to the virtual champagne and get stuck into the virtual nibbles - there's plenty of them, so don't be shy! But please don't blame me for any virtual headaches later ...
A pony that won't jump: a talented horse loses his nerve: prizes that mysteriously go missing: an escape artist saves the day, while a missed show results in a dream coming true, and a lost rosette leads to the opportunity of a lifetime. All this and more in
The Great Rosette Robbery and other stories
available now on Kindle.