From ebook to print is not an easy journey. I had to change the main font because the footnotes were not rendered properly. Compared to the ebook, which uses 150 PPI diagrams (so that the Kindle version does not exceed 50 MB), I had to export all 137 diagrams to 300 PPI.
The back-of-the-book index was also a challenge, but I managed to get it done using the PDF Index Generator tool.
All in all, I’m happy with the end result. It feels amazing to hold it in my hands after over a year of writing.
The ebook version is available along my courses in three formats: PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle). Therefore, even if the ebook is not on Amazon Kindle, you can still use the MOBI file with your Kindle Reader.