Here's a hodgepodge of unrelated links and a worth while blog post.
Streetlib Now Distributes eBooks to OverDrive’s 33,000 Libraries
I ditched SmashWords several months ago, mainly due to the amount of work it takes to get a book on SmashWords, and the extremely poor revenue that's returned, as compared to the 500 pound gorilla that is carefully not mentioned - Amazon. If you put your work out there with the hope of making a few bucks, it's Amazon and whom ever you think is in second place. Bite me. It's my blog and I'll use whom if I see fit. Anyway, the new player on the block is Streetlib, and it's so new that it refuses to rise to the top during a Google search. I haven't given Streetlib more than a cursory look, but if it performs as quickly and cleanly as it looks, it could be a real contender.
5 Favorite Free Fonts for Interior Book Design
Part of formatting your work is choosing the right font so as to make your work attractive and easy to read. Try reading something in an ornate Gothic font sometime and you'll appreciate Times New Roman in ten minutes or less. The author, Joel Friedlander, seems to know what he's talking about, if for no other reason than I like his suggestions. I found it an interesting, worthy read.
It was a dark and stormy night... or some variant thereof. This site provides a searchable database of clichés. It's kind of interesting, and I can see where it would be useful, especially if you want to find out whether or not the brilliant line your protagonist just uttered has been over-used in the last century or two.
Now if you'll pardon me, I'm more than fashionably late for happy hour.