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A recent study in The American Journal of Medicine found that attempting to format a novel for Kindle is the leading cause of heart attack among independent authors.OK, I exaggerate. But seriously, how many hours have you wasted trying to forceMoreA recent study in The American Journal of Medicine found that attempting to format a novel for Kindle is the leading cause of heart attack among independent authors.OK, I exaggerate. But seriously, how many hours have you wasted trying to force Word to prep your novel for publication? And what has that done to your blood pressure? So isnt it worth a few dollars to avoid ever having to go through that again?This guide is the solution youve been searching for. Ill show you an unbelievably easy process for readying your novel for Kindle in as little as a half-hour...and then Ill go on to explain how you can produce clean, professional-looking versions for Nook, the iBookstore, Smashwords, and CreateSpace in one sitting.And youll love the quality of the results. How many times have you seen a five-star book get a one-star review because the author botched the formatting? Thats something you wont have to worry about if you use the processes in this guide.Plus, THERES NO CODING. You dont have to know a bit of HTML to use this process.Now: If you really want your e-books appearance to reflect the time and care you put into writing it, you have to be willing to step away from Word.But dont let that put you off. This process is based on Scrivener, the dedicated writing program selected by Apple Inc. as the best of the Mac App Store in December of 2011, the winner of multiple MacWorld Eddys, and a frequent Editors Choice. Scrivener is quick to learn and wont cost you a cent up front.So I hope youre ready to put the pain of e-book formatting behind you. Youre this close to being published. Buy this guide and you could be selling books before you know it.And besides, isnt it cheaper than blood pressure medication?PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THIS GUIDE IS PRIMARILY FOR MAC USERS. Windows users will still find it to be a helpful foundation to build from, but it calls on a few features only available in the Mac version of Scrivener.