The Recovering Memories book’s Hungarian version is finally out in ebook format as well. Also, the Somebody died and so I can live book (in Hungarian Valaki meghalt és én élhetek) is available as an ebook.
I’ve been busy correcting my ebook in the last days. Finally I’m done with the third edition of the Kindle ebook version! It will be available within 72 hours. I extracted some annoying mispellings and a few confusing adjectives: I often utilized synomyms, and sometimes not quite correctly.
Oh, and I am waiting for the notice that the ebook passes a Quality Assurance Review. When this goes finely, it will appear at Lulu as well! Yeah, I just happened on Lulu and I love the way they simplify life for authors. So I decided to upload my book there and see what happens. Interestingly, their formatting requirements differ somewhat from Kindle’s.
The printed version has to wait a bit, because it needs a little more retouching. In the start of November I hired a seller to do it for me, but seems like I have to do her job – she was using direct formatting elements instead of style formatting solutions. Well, most publishing softwares and epub converters just ignore direct formatting… I hope I can do it within a week. It will be a happy day to see it neatly formatted, ready for print. 🙂