Wednesday, June 29, 2011

PDF ebook versions of both my books


Okay, entering the eBook era now. By popular demand, both of my own tatting pattern books, "Boutique Tatting", and "Up and Tat 'Em", are now available in my Etsy shop as PDF eBooks.

It took me a while to figure out how to get an entire book into one file.

July 5 edit: With Kersti's help, the files have been reduced to a much smaller size, which is easier to download. Yay!

7 comments:

Happy Bluebird said...

Yay! This will be perfect for my new NOOK. I will be ordering soon :)

Katherinne McKay said...

Awesome! I have been wanting your books for a while now, and as strange as it sounds didn't really have the room for more! I'll be ordering soon as well! :D

Margarets designer cards said...

Brilliant, I have so many books I think my husband will love the way I can download instead of buying yet another book, thanks I will be buying as soon as I get a job and get better.
Margaret

Kersti said...

Let me know if I can assist with optimising the PDFs for you - I work at a publishing house and do that a LOT!

yarnplayer said...

Thank you all very much! It appears that eBooks are very popular these days.

Kersti, thank you for your offer of professional publishing help. I've sent you a message on InTatters to discuss further.

❦TattingChic said...

Oh nice! I just ordered an old fashioned booky book! Ha ha ha! :) You'll probably notice an address that says UTAH!!!! on it! I moved from California to UTAH which kinda sorta (OKAY A LOT) has to do with why I haven't posted on my blog in EONS) and anywayyyyy one of these days I'm going to get me an iPad and get a eReader app on it so I can download some of these fabbo books like yours on it! I hear you can also blog on an iPad too so they are better than a kindle as well...best part is that you can get PINK covers with rhinestones on them (I LURVE sparklies!!! ha ha ha!) anyway...good to see you again!!!! (((hugs)))
~TattingChic ♥

Ellen Norman said...

I'm so impressed with your work. I am drooling over your book and want to try the butterfly pattern.
Ellen