Papyrus Editor: A Web Service To Create Your eBook In PDF, Mobi & ePub File Formats

Getting a book published is not an easy task. Apart from the enormous task of getting a publisher to agree to publish your book, there are other details to worry about. These details are mostly relevant to the visuals of the book. For example, what the cover of the book is going to be, how its contents are going to be ordered, and the general structure of the material. Thankfully in this modern age we can create eBooks that give the book writer full control over their content.

If you are looking for a competent web service that helps you create eBooks in various formats, you should check out the site Papyrus Editor.

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Papyrus Editor is a free to use web service that lets its users create eBooks. You start by creating an account on the website. The next step is to select a theme / template from the given options, as shown in the image above. You can select your theme and have the eBook creation interface loaded up.

In the left pane you will find options to add and edit and content in your book. You can select the cover photo and text to edit it, edit existing text sections in the template, or simply add new chapters to the book. The right pane is an editing as well as a preview panel.

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When you are done writing your eBook, you can have it published online and downloaded in the PDF, Mobi, and ePub file formats. All three formats can be downloaded together, compressed in a ZIP archive. The website works best on Chrome and Safari.

Features:

  • A user friendly web service.
  • Lets you create eBooks online.
  • Offers various themes and templates.
  • Exports eBook to PDF, Mobi, and ePub file formats.
  • Similar tools: Readlists, Moglue and Wikipedia Book Creator.

Check out Papyrus Editor @ www.papyruseditor.com

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