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Contributors: Victoria Capper (Author)EbookCover
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-925271-33-1
Print ISBN: 978-1-925271-49-2

About the project
This has been a long and rewarding project for both the author and Australian eBook Publisher. The customer first came to us with a manuscript for assessment. After the assessment, we completed a full line edit in December. In the new year we converted the manuscript into a reflowing mobi with our special Ebook Designer’s Touch™. During the ebook conversion process, the client took on our marketing services, to much success. We analysed her target market and genre and provided Victoria with a solid marketing plan, including a cover design brief. ...continue reading "Opal Ridge"

 

Contributors: Milton James (Author)9781925271232-Perfect-NEW3.indd
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-925271-23-2

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Project Information

This project involved book design for print from the supplied Word document. Along with formatting the text, we optimized the images for print and created captions. An entire book layout was created, using paragraph styles to ensure that consistency was reached. It was a complicated book as there was a large section with over 15 tables. Once the final files were approved, we then created print-ready pdfs and uploaded the files to our print-on-demand supplier.

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Cover_NOP_V2.inddContributors: Paul Henderson (author), Thomas Gibbs (Illustrator)
Ebook ISBN: 978-0-9924156-2-4
Print ISBN: 978-0-9924156-3-1
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About the book
What does it mean to be human? How does a Christian’s response to this question affect how they integrate faith with all of life? What about our understanding and acceptance of others – the different, disabled and disaffected in our communities? Paul Henderson explores the complexities of these questions, engaging biblical figures and historical thinkers in a way that deepens and broadens our thinking. As we read, we are gently guided to reflect on our own identity and vocation. This book will challenge what you create for this world and how you create it. Character, truth, desire, creativity, innovation, reason and beauty are woven together in a study on a fundamental theological theme - the image of God. No Ordinary People is no ordinary book.

About the Project

The team at Australian eBook Publisher was responsible for the entire production of this slick printed book and ebook. We began by sourcing quotes and project managing the entire print project. Through our print procurement service we were able to get high quality book printing done at an affordable price.

We designed the front cover using one of the beautiful illustrations from Thomas Gibbs. Then we typeset and designed the interior of the book.

After the printing part of the project was complete, we then began the ebook conversion, keeping the design in the ebook as close as possible to the print layout.

We finished up by organising ebook distribution, while our customer will handle all printed book sales.

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If you'd like to purchase a copy of No Ordinary People in print, please contact  Compass Foundation.

 

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Paul Rhoden
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-925177-20-6cover-orange-town-fifo-3-2-1
Print ISBN: 978-1-925177-21-3
Published: 17 September 2014

Ebook available on:
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Book Information

We edited this novel in four stages before designing it for print. We coordinated the print-on-demand distribution and supplied a number of advance copies for the author. We converted the designed layout into epub and mobi with the fonts embedded. We then distributed the ebook to all five vendors and supplied the customer with the required links. This was Paul Rhoden’s first novel and we hope he does well. We look forward to working on more books for him in the future.

 

Book Information

Brent Williams started out life working on a vast cattle property in Australia for his father. Since then he has tried to put a life of bare knuckle fighting behind him. Earning respect from the battles on the streets, he became the notorious ‘Rooster’—a charismatic, smooth talking, steely Casanova.

It’s the year 1992, and the beginning of the next mining boom in Australia. Rooster, now in his early thirties, has worked his way up the hard and ruthless career ladder at Trojan, the largest construction company in Australia. To date, he has avoided the backstabbing and envy of his peers and has become the General Foreman on the largest FIFO ‘Fly In Fly Out’ mining earthmoving job in the country.

Hangovers, colourful language, and the vast array of characters that work with him, are a normal part of Rooster’s FIFO life in the bush. But has this straight talking guy finally bitten off more than he can chew? Can he keep dodging the allure of corruption? And will a dark secret of his past finally catch up with him?

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