Well, since the Mayans came-up short with the whole End Of The World and all, I suppose I may have to get a publishing project for '14 underway.
But which one?
Two possibilities come to mind...
The 2010 New Dictionary of Farrier Terms and Technical Language has done okay in Kindle and other digital formats. I could focus on formatting the Millwater's Farriery encyclopedia for digital publication... It'd take some doing, because this time I'd want to do it right, with hypertext cross-referencing throughout.
While doing the historical reference appendix of Millwater's Farriery, I became fairly adept at reproducing pages from old texts... I have the ability to put entire books back into print in both hardcover and paperback now. While they are in Public Domain, and may be available in digital versions online now, that's not quite the same as an actual, printed book to many readers.
So, do I take the new book from paper to digital, or get an old book or two back onto paper?
If the latter, which book(s)? Centaur did a fine reproduction of Dollar some years ago, but I believe it's been out of print for a while.
Or is the whole 'dead tree' thing hopelessly obsolete?
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