Earlier today I mentioned that Apple had updated Pages to allow you to export to the ePub format. In that post I said
There are other ways of creating ePub publications, but if you already have and are familiar with Pages then it does give you a very easy way to create an ePub e-book.
At the time of writing I knew there was a piece of open source software out there that could do this, but couldn’t remember the name. As I was travelling I was listening to last week’s MacBreak Weekly and Andy Ihnatko’s pick was Sigil.
Sigil is a multi-platform WYSIWYG ebook editor. It is designed to edit books in ePub format.
Available for Mac, Windows and Linux, it is the piece of software I was thinking of when I wrote my previous blog post.
So if you are interested in creating resources in an ePub format, Sigil looks like it could be just right for the job.