This is the last post in this blog that has its equivalent in Spanish. I have been accepted in the of sindominio.net community and I am going to continue blogging in Spanish there, and in English here, so from now my entries in Spanish will be on https://sindominio.net/anam and here in https://ana.aktivix.org in English.
Tina is very opinionated and she likes writing. The result is a great conversationalist and an excellent writer.
She has written so much and so well, that she is now a paid columnist as a result, and she has already written inspirational , enraging, well-researched, enlightening and always interesting, reasonable pieces that makes one think.
More than a how-to, this is how I did it, in small scale, without big corporations, or at least doing it at minimum cost, paying some one else to do things I absolutely could not do myself.
My handwriting is commonly understood to be horrible and allegedly impossible to understand. Most people I know, of the more varied professions, are spending far more hours typing than writing by hand. So the habit is lost, and an already challenging calligraphy becomes absolutely unreadable with the lack of practice, apart from painfully slow.
Now the task is to make it into an ebook using either Ubuntu or Linux Mint.
Some of it is readable, thought:
I will continue to update that (or another blog with a more appropriate title) with one or a few more characters.
I wanted my book to look like proper, published book. Some published books have the title of the chapter on each page, and I find this quite useful.
It was rewarding but a royal pain to attain this with OpenOffice, then LibreOffice. I am not sure I will [even try to] achieve that for my next book (yes, there is another one), but here are some of the steps I followed.