Making and sharing e-books has never been easier. Many tools are available, and many of them are free. The ability to author an electronic document that's portable, accessible on many platforms and devices, easy to search and navigate, and printable when needed proves to be more of a promise than a reality. It turns out that many of the features that make e-books desirable are often incompatible. This session aims to show potential e-book authors the choices they face and the tools that will meet their specific needs. It will address file formats, authoring tools, structure, navigation, and printing for e-books.