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« on: July 26, 2018, 04:05:21 pm »

Vellum 2.2 review: Making eBooks (and print books) effortless

For would-be authors and self-publishers, this sleek, stupendous app may seem like it's hewn directly from your dreams.

   
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I have two serious complaints about Vellum, 180g's eBook and print book formatting software.

It costs between $200 and $250, depending on whether you only want to create flawless, professional-looking eBooks, or also create flawless, professional-looking files for printing physical books. That's a lot of money for an app these days. If 180g wanted to charge that much, they could at least have had the decency not to make their app this good.
It's too loud. How am I supposed to format a book when a choir of angels keeps singing hallelujahs every time I open the app?
OK, there's no choir of angels. But – and I promise, I'm only slightly exaggerating here – using Vellum feels that ...

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