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How to Write a PDF E-Book

The days of being tethered to a desk, desk top, or laptop are long gone. More and more people are seeing productivity and freedom as perks of working remotely. And while there are many tools available to make working from home a little less lonely, nothing beats being in the middle of a beautiful valley or at the top of a tall mountain, staring out at the lights in the distance. Wouldn’t it be great to be able to write your e-books or edit your documents while traveling somewhere exotic? Now you can with the help of a few magical tools. In this article, we will tell you about five such tools that will allow you to write and edit your PDFs – even while you’re on the move. So sit back, relax, and get inspired…we’ll be here when you’re done.


Although we focused on e-books above, the truth is that writing a PDF isn’t limited to just the computer. You can actually write your e-book on one of these little portable tablets, and then simply connect the tablet to a computer to get the work done. You can choose from a variety of tablets, each with their pros and cons. Some of the major pros of using a tablet to write your e-book are that it’s more portable (and therefore, easier to carry) and it frees up your hands so you don’t have to worry about typos due to incorrect typing. Overall, a tablet is an ideal tool for writing, especially if you’re a beginner or if you’re frequently traveling because it’s so easy to set up and use. You can get started with a seven-inch tablet for only $20 to $30 bucks and then gradually add additional storage and memory as you go.


Are you looking to write a book or an article and don’t have the time to write it manually? You can use a specialized tool to write the entire book for you, including the prologue, chapters, and even the conclusion. All you have to do is supply the topic, and the tool will do the rest. Alternatively, you can use it to quickly draft an entire book in under an hour. And because it’s automated, you won’t have to worry about errors due to typos or poor writing. The only downside is that you need a decent Internet connection to use it, as it relies on Google Docs to function. Otherwise, it’s a fairly cost-effective solution for those who want to write a book but don’t have the time or resources. Depending on your topic, you can get started for about $9.99 a month.


If you’re looking for a free option, check out katex. While most people use a laptop or desktop computer to write their e-books, you can use a special smartphone app to write and send your digital book to be printed. And at least with this option, you don’t necessarily need a computer to read the finished product. The downside is that there’s a limitation of only having a maximum of 100 pages per book. Furthermore, you need a decent Internet connection to use it, as it relies on Google Docs to function. Overall, if you’re looking for a free option, it’s highly recommended, especially if you’re just getting started. You can get the app for Android or Apple devices. And on the subject of Apple devices, these were once considered the only “real” computers, and therefore, most people assumed that e-books could only be created on desktops and laptops. But things have changed, and with the help of a few tools like these, even the most tech-savvy among us can now produce a high-quality portable e-book that will dazzle everyone when they open it on their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. It’s truly an amazing tool when you think about it.


If you already use a calendar to keep track of important dates and events, why not try using it for writing as well? You can set up a calendar event for the day that you’re planning to write the draft of your e-book, and then simply start using it. This is one of the simplest ways of keeping track of upcoming events and deadlines, especially if you have several books to write. This is essentially the same as the previous option, except that you’re not limited to only one event per day. You can create as many events as you need and even set a reminder for each one so you don’t forget about them. The downside is that you need to remember to add new events to the calendar as you go along, which can pose some problems if you’re frequently traveling and constantly getting distracted by external factors. Overall, it’s a fairly cost-effective solution for those who want to write a book but don’t want to do it manually. You can get the calendar app for iPhone or Android devices.


Are you a bit of a perfectionist and want to ensure that your book is properly formatted and looking exactly like you want it to? You can definitely use a desktop or laptop computer for the task, but why not opt for a simpler and more effective solution? You can buy a special “paper” made just for writing, which is already formatted with the correct margins and everything. The downside is that you need to be online to purchase it, and you can’t be sure that it’s the exact same as what you’ll get once it arrives. The good thing is that it’s much cheaper than buying a fully formatted book from a printing company, and it will save you both time and money in the long run. You can get the paper from China for about $4.50 a meter or purchase a 4-foot by 8-foot roll for only $19.99 from an online retailer. So overall, it’s an affordable solution for those who want to write a book but don’t have the time or resources to do it manually.

As you can see, all these tools offer a variety of benefits to those who want to write a book. But perhaps the simplest and most convenient solution is to use a WordPress blog to draft your e-book. It’s already set up with all the correct margins and has a variety of free fonts already loaded onto it. Furthermore, you can use a tool to easily convert your blog posts into a fully formatted and ready-to-publish e-book. Overall, not only will this save you both time and effort, it will also give you a sense of accomplishment when you’re done.