Originally Posted by Don
How about doing it via iBooks? The limitation on size is fairly high on iAuthor not to mention that video, etc., could be added. The application is really easy to use. Apple is going to want their cut, but you could get around it by offering here. I for one would purchase it again.
That's an idea. It would be a challenge to create more versions, however. The print version took months of designing and the e-book versions also took more formatting (a separate version was required for kindle and ePub worked for everything else). The interactive version is appealing from a design point of view, but I'm not sure it would pay for itself, to be honest. All the interactive pieces seem to be covered in what is on the web. Only a small percentage of people buy the apple version. By and large the most common electronic version is kindle. Kindle just came out with a new format with improved layout options and I'll most likely focus on that format first.
I'll start thinking more seriously about the apple-specific version in the coming months as I work on the updated edition.