DIYwrite Book Creator
No matter if you create Kindle-compatible e-books for a living or you simply like building them for your personal use, you are probably aware that the design and publishing processes can sometimes last longer that writing the actual contents. Due to DIYwrite Book Creator, you can finally spend more time coming up with the text and less time submitting the e-book to Amazon.
The application installs without any issues and it features an intuitive interface that enables them to add the documents they want to process. It needs to be mentioned that if you want to use DIYwrite Book Creator for publishing contents to your Kindle account, you first need to specify your credentials.
When it comes to creating a new e-book, you need to specify the target folder, title and author, then start arranging the chapters and sub-chapters in the order you prefer (moving their position can be achieved with a single mouse click). You can also preview their contents without opening a new window.
Adding a new chapter is the step where you get to actually type or paste the text you want to include within your project. You can also adjust the text alignment, line spacing and font type, color or size, along with inserting tables, inline or standalone pictures, bookmarks, hyperlinks, headers and footers.
Alternatively, you can simply select existing e-books and export them to EPUB, HTML, DOC, DOCX or ODT, so you can import them to other third-party e-book apps.
All in all, DIYwrite Book Creator can come in handy to those who value their time and want to quickly publish their Kindle e-books, so they can start working on the next project. Nonetheless, if you are satisfied with its functions, you can purchase a license and enjoy it for as long as you want.