New Zines and Old

Part of my plan for the year was to great more zines or iBooks. In the past I have used Pages to make the layout for paper books and iBook Author for digital books. I found you can make iBooks with pages, but I preferred using Author. Personally I found it easier to use. Anyway, this time I decided to use iBook Author exclusively. When making the post about zines I found the website I used to print books needed a PDF upload, I realised I could create that on Author. That meant I didn’t have to use two programs and I could use the one I liked.

So with the last few days of the winter break I sat down and got to work….and made 3 new publications and converted my old, paper only one to an iBook.

Some of the books are free, some have a small fee which will keep me in film or go towards my new lens.

Here are the three new ones.

This one contains Cosplay photos in studios and in abandoned places. Click here to see more details.
This is the first book in a series of iBooks based on photos from different places I have traveled to or have live in. Click here for more details.
This is the second book in a series of iBooks based on photos from different places I have traveled to or have live in. Click here for more details.

Once you arrive at the details, scroll down to see all of the ones I have made. They are only available on iBooks, so you need an Apple product to view them. Or you can send me a message and I might be able to create a PDF version for you.

As I make more iBooks I will post details on the stuff page.

So there we have it, day 6 and I have completed part of my plan, whooohooo.

2 comments

  1. Can you not sell ad space here on your blog to make a few quid too? You have a now well established blog, I am guessing with a regular following.
    Maybe consider a Tumblr account for the same reason, content doesn’t have to be different. Just to capture a wider audience. I am sure you can sell ad space on that. It might be quite easy to transfer your back catalogue of blogs across as I am sure WordPress own Tumblr now.

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    1. I did try, but Google said the content wasn’t unique. I was making a little bit with AdSense, but that has stopped too. Unless I pay for a more expensive form of wordpress, it just doesn’t seem to work for me.

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