New Enhanced Ebook Creation Platform Wants to Help Authors Create Ebooks for the Web

[Press Release]

<PubML>™: A New Approach to Electronic Publishing Brings Enhanced EBooks to the Web

A re-envisioned publishing platform is positioned to radically change eBook publishing by empowering authors to write, design, and sell books on the open web. Readers enjoy an enhanced viewing experience, free of limitations imposed by eReader devices.

<PubML>™ has three components: a web-based eBook platform, a suite of over-the-top publishing tools, and an educational resource that covers writing, publishing, and book design. David Bricker, a Miami-based web developer, graphic designer, educator, and author, created <PubML>™ based on his experiences with publishing, traditional book design, and web design. His new platform offers elegant typography, rich media, and direct access to readers. <PubML>™ bypasses the traditional “middlemen” associated with eBook production, sales, and distribution.

“<PubML>™ is the organic foods section of the publishing marketplace,’” Bricker says. “It empowers writers and publishers to produce their own beautiful, engaging, rich media eBooks, and sell them directly to readers.”

<PubML>™’s publishing tools also export to ePub, the standard eBook format used by popular eBookstores. “Publishers naturally want to offer books through traditional vendors. <PubML>™ offers an affordable, easy-to-use solution for producing quality eBooks.”

Publishing for Everyman
Consider the following advantages to understand why <PubML>™ promises to be the next wave in electronic publishing:

• <PubML>™ is an HTML5-based eBook platform that runs on any up-to-date web browser, including tablets and smart phones. “I’ve smashed the imaginary wall between eBooks and websites,” says Bricker. “EBooks on the free and open Internet make sense for authors, publishers, and readers.”

• The <PubML>™ suite of powerful, intuitive publishing tools allows anyone to create beautiful, rich media eBooks.

• <PubML>™ is bundled with expert guidance about writing, book design, and publishing.

• <PubML>™ authors embed maps, videos and photographs into eBooks without creating clutter. With a click, readers access pop-up footnotes or other media that never interfere with the book-like reading experience.

• <PubML>™ content is not buried inside a locked eBook file. Every word is easily indexed by search engines, making books easier to find.

• Web-based eBooks can be sold or shared like any other online content. <PubML>™ eBooks can be secured behind pay walls or offered as digital downloads.

The <PubML>™ eBook format is open-source and free to the world. The <PubML>™ Publishing Tools are available as a WordPress plugin. An annual license fee of $100/year allows a publisher to create up to 12 eBooks. Plans are available for high-volume publishers.

Publishing Straight Talk
<PubML>™ developer David Bricker writes TheWorldsGreatestBook.com, a popular blog that assists authors with the process of writing, designing, and publishing. “With realistic expectations and proper guidance, self-publishers can produce books that meet or exceed publishing industry standards.”

Bricker has written and published five books, including three novels and The One Hour Guide to Self Publishing. His latest, The Blue Monk, is a colorful memoir of his solo sailing adventures. Specifically adapted to the <PubML>™ format, the book contains more than 80 maps, 100 Photo Footnotes, 200 photos, and 300 video clips, none of which bloat the file size or detract from the reading experience.

For more information about <PubML>™, visit http://www.PubML.com.
Read and Experience The Blue Monk at http://thebluemonkbook.com

2 thoughts on “New Enhanced Ebook Creation Platform Wants to Help Authors Create Ebooks for the Web

  1. carmen webster buxton

    Your headline is not terribly helpful in that it suggests the ebook created can only be published on the web. However the description of generating epub from this new platform suggests otherwise. I know I have no interest in putting my ebooks directly on the web, because I don’t think that’s how people want to read them. I want to put them in the Kindle, Nook, iBooks and other ebook stores. So does this platform work for that or not?

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