Myebook Makes Publishing (And Sharing) Your Ebook Fun and Easy


I’ve been meaning to do a screencast of myebook for a while now.  Well, it’s spring break and I decided to take some time and get down to the basics of myebook.


This site allows you to easily publish and share your own content online as well as read ebooks published by other people.  You might be working on a novel, putting together a book of photography, making an escrapbook of your kids or even creating a record of your genealogy — all of these things and more can easily be created in myebook and then shared with friends or strangers.

It’s very easy to add videos and images into galleries and then all you have to do is drag them for placement in your ebook.  It did seem a bit clunky when it came to entering basic text, but I didn’t have a problem when copying data from an odt file.

Overall, the site is cool and I could see many uses for it — including spending way too much time browsing interesting ebooks created by strangers.  I do like the idea of sending someone to my myebook site rather then sending them my manuscript as a plain old text document.

To see myebook in action, watch the screencast below (best viewed in HD in full screen):

3 Responses to “Myebook Makes Publishing (And Sharing) Your Ebook Fun and Easy”

  1. Nice! I’m going to send this to my friend who is trying to create a Children’s Book.

    Thanks, MO

  2. 2 Amanda Clance

    This is a very beautifully made site. I will be spending a lot of time on here for a number of reasons.

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