Posted on 12/09/2020 at 09:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Audiobooks and ebooks have provided a wonderful opportunity for readers who struggle, for a number of reasons, with traditional print books.

Simply recording or digitizing your book, however, isn’t the only thing an author can do to improve accessibility — there are additional formatting considerations to take while doing so.

Jens Troeger, founder of a company that offers book formatting and conversion tools, describes some of the accessibility features that authors can and should add to their books in a guest post for the Alliance of Independent Authors. 

(Troeger of course references how his company can help authors do this, if they so choose, but that’s an aside to the post and not the focus.)

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