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Updated by Ebook Launch on Nov 20, 2014
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Differences between Print Books and Ebooks

This is a list of the differences between Print Books and Ebooks.

Reflowable Text

Text is reflowable, like what appears on your NOOK eReader, when a sentence reaches the end of the allotted space on the page and it wraps around to the next line. And when there is no more space for lines on the page, the text flows over onto the next page.




Fonts are not all created equal. Before you get into an uproar about why your formatter can't use your pretty calligraphic font in your ebook, let me explain something. HTML is meant to be universal, meaning no matter who creates the HTML document or on what machine, that document can be viewable across all web browsers.

Linked Table of Contents

A short 'how to' video showing how you can create a linked table of contents in Microsoft Word for your eBook. Check out my blog at for more information about eBook formatting.


In the digital age, the metadata that is embedded in your ebook and is the equivalent of your bookshop shelfspace. It is very important that you devote some thought and planning to what you enter if you want your writing to be visible. Keywords Keywords increase the visibility of your books.