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One Response to Forums

  1. Ellen M says:

    I have a problem with SmashWords bann on public domain (PD) books. People in my community emergency access need PD reference ebooks. A Table of Contents (TOC) is required. None of our PD books are published with a TOC. Also, the language of our books is often archaic. For general public use, these archaic words need to be translated. I want to publish on SmashWords because you would give our community more emergency and cheap access to these valuable books.

    Let me explain the concrete situation. I am a homeopath. We use encyclopedia type reference books describing each of our “medicines”. In now book, 500 medicines might be described. Our reference books are published without a TOC or explanation of archaic words. Thus, they are useless as reference material. In some cases, even as books they are difficult to use because they lack TOC. I want to make these necessary references available for emergencies and also for homeopaths and students in the developing economies.

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