Build & Publish your ePub using iBooks Author

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 This specific course called “Build & Publish your ePub using iBooks Author” is part of The Complete iBooks Author Course.

This course is intended for everyone who is seriously looking for a complete guide to preparing an interactive ebook, and working their way up the learning ladder to advanced tips and tricks to making a beautiful and powerful eBook with HTML5, videos, audio, image gallery, and Pop-Over widgets that helps us take our eBooks to the next level.

Once we have our eBook ready for distribution, we’ll take a look on how to publish it to the iBooks Store.

You can be a writer, a teacher, or even a publishing house looking to jump on this wonderful train to the future of digital publishing with interactive ebooks and iBooks Author.

This course is perfect for beginners and extremely helpful for people who are already iBooks Author users.

So, let’s begin this course, and start publishing in just a few days.

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About the author

 Sergio is the founder and director of digital-editorial, where he specializes in digital publishing in fields like: eBooks / iBooks, web development, virtual tours, podcasts, tutorials, and mobile apps. He has been passionate about learning and teaching since a young age, and because of this, he started with online tutorials and The Complete iBooks Author Course. He’s worked on hundreds of private, government, and individual projects.

Because of his lifestyle, he considers himself as a solopreneur because he’s self-employed, and works with people from around the world on different projects.

He loves what he does for a living because he gets to spend a lot of time with his wife and children, plus, he gets to travel to many places where he can always learn something new, and continue to do what he loves.

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digital-editorial
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Published on
Jul 7, 2018
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Pages
121
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Language
English
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Content Protection
This content is DRM protected.
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Available on Android devices
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Eligible for Family Library

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"His pictures, which seemed to me then [aged 13] to be the very music made visible, plunged me a few fathoms deeper into my delight. I have seldom coveted anything as I coveted that book." — C.S. Lewis
Before portraying Wagner's "Ring," Arthur Rackham (1867–1939) had become England's leading illustrator through his interpretations of fairy and fantastic books: Grimm's Fairy Tales, Rip van Winkle, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, A Midsummer-Night's Dream. With his insight into elves, twisted oaks, and bearded heroes, Wagner was the logical step: with the "Ring," Rackham brought his talent for ethereal watercolor and line into new realms of adult mythology.
This edition reproduces, in full color, all 64 watercolor illustrations from Siegfried & The Twilight of the Gods (1911) and The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie (1912). The original English and American editions also contained black-and-white vignettes and tailpieces, a selection of which appear here: the original text, a dated English translation of the libretto, has been replaced by comprehensive descriptive captions and an introduction by James Spero.
Rackham poured all his mature fancy into the "Ring." The gnarled Nibelung Alberich sports with teasing Rhinemaidens, fiery Loge and lordly Wotan tussle with giants and serpents. An ecstatic Brünnhilde is finally consumed on Siegfried's funeral pyre in perhaps the most successful representation of this scene anywhere, either graphically or theatrically. Wagner's Teutonic forests and caves give Rackham free reign for his brooding, haunting nature backgrounds; characters, costumes, and all the tiny details are painted with such textual accuracy and empathy that today's opera companies who wish to return to staging the "Ring" in the traditional manner turn to Rackham's paintings for guidance.
The painstaking reproduction of these artworks brings Arthur Rackham's most heroic visions to the many collectors and admirers who cannot obtain the expensive out-of-print editions. With the aid of the clear captions, the Wagnerian cycle may be followed once again in its most time-honored and rich interpretation.
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