I don’t know how else to put this. If you didn’t know it, you may want or need to know it, so I’m just going to write it straight-up: Michael and I have spent most of 2018 dealing with the …Continue reading →
For a long time now, we’ve been in the stupid position of having Raven’s Tears out of AMZN’s KDP Select service, while Dead Man’s Trigger remained IN the service, despite multiple attempts instructing AMZN NOT to renew its membership. Today, …Continue reading →
Hey, all. Alesia here, again. You know, I never, ever expected to be on the board of a corporation, let alone sitting as its president. It was just never a thing that was on my radar, and no one would …Continue reading →
This week’s news is that Michael and I have finally begun the process of getting Dead Man’s Trigger (DMT) down from the digital clouds and into a real, physical paperback book. We’d like to apologize for the wait to those …Continue reading →
Hi, everyone. Alesia, here. It feels good to be able to say that, after two long, dark years, Michael and I have resumed the work on book three of the Raven & Iris trilogy. He and I spent this last …Continue reading →
Hey again. This is Alesia, checking in with a little progress report. Here’s the tl;dr version: We’re still here, alive, kicking, swinging for the fences. That’s huge. We’ve had to restructure MetPub to get through this interregnum. Our goals as …Continue reading →
As you likely know, if you’ve been by here at all in 2016, we’ve been MIA. That’s because we’ve had to restructure everything here in order to keep functioning at all – gotta have money here in this western world …Continue reading →
For readers and publishers both, the EPUB format has everything one could want in a 21st century digital publication — except for one thing: Uniformity of presentation as described by the IDPF Standard. This post looks at some of the more common failings to be found in the EPUB reader ecosystem, and proposes changes that the IDPF could make to the EPUB Standard that would help it live up to its goal of being "the industry standard" for digital publications.