First, let me say if you have a better way – PLEASE – let me know.
A few posts back, I talked about my disappointment with KKBC (Kindle Kids Book Creator.)
The end results were lovely but limited. Very limited.
For instance, once a book is up on KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing) you can click on the book and download a .mobi file to use.
But for a book made with KKBC, this doesn’t work. Yes, the file downloads but not everyone can open it on their devices.
That means sending this mobi file, from KDP, to reviewers may leave you embarrassed. Why? Because the reviewer may not be able to open it. Now, I confess I have no idea how to predict who can open it and who can.
So what to do?
While not perfect for picture books, Scrivener provided a mobi file I could live with.
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