Disclaimer: this has nothing to do with the abysmal film to hold the Biggles name!
I love old books but scared to read them for fear of damaging them. Having come into possession of several box’s filled with the books I have started to read through them and have to say that even though I am a fan of Sci-Fi and fantasy, I am now a fan of the books. My own work is set in the alternative victorian timeline but to sit a read books set during world war one is refreshing.
I would just like to thank all those people who have sat down, read the books and written out the reading order lists.
Working on the Active Table of Contents.
The current files for the Paperback copy of the book are in the Createspace review process so I’m back to working on the ebook. In the image above you can see the Table of Contents from the physical version. This looks far better then the current version in the ebook so will port this one over (well convert the paperback manuscript to the ebook version.) In the smaller window you can see the contents from the books NCX file, this is the file that amazon refers to as the “Active Table of Contents“. Once you understand the basics of it, then the file is not at all daunting.
EDIT 1: So now have the NCX and of files but can’t use them with .doc files so I have waisted all that time.