I believe I'm good at making fanfics into ebooks. I think this is quite useful to the fandom and I want to make a tutorial on how to do it. I know AO3 has the download function but in actuality, there are much better ways to download fanfics and sometimes their downloader is a little wonky.
So I've been putting it together. A lot of people aren't sure how to get fanfics posted exclusively to livejournal and fanfiction.net, and whatever other places are out there. Many fanfics are older and likely abandoned, and existed before the ebook thing took off. Fandoms like SPN have tons of good, but old fics posted on livejournal around the time season 1 started in 2005. SPN is a great fandom in that you can still pretty easily find a lot of the older stuff through the use of spnstoryfinders
and recs lists. (Personally, I wish I had kept all my bookmarks from that time because there were so many fics I loved but for the life of me can't remember anything about them, unfortunately they fell victim to my dumbass use of browser bookmarks and were lost during multiple computer reformats).
I also wanna say that they are so much more convenient than scrolling through a webpage, especially for those of you with phones and tablets where it's not always possible to customize the formatting.
With ebook readers and ebook apps, you can resize the text, change background and text colors (for some of them, not possible with Kindle Paperwhite and other e-ink devices), among many other things depending on the device/app.
I'll compile a list of resources, best ebook editors, how to use those, best ways to utilize e-reader features, and best apps for reading ebooks. I'm familiar with both Android and Apple, as far as best apps goes. And Windows of course.
I think I can be a pretty handy resource on this if anyone's interested...(still working on it though).