They’re in numerous codecs, principally pdf and epub. I’ve persistently and correctly renamed them, and each title consists of an information file.
Within the case of Lee Gutkind’s "The Artwork of Artistic Nonfiction" the model I discovered seemed as a .pdf and an .epub, however in actuality it was a simply OCRd plain textual content. It was filled with typos, there have been web page numbers and chapter titles inserted in the midst of the textual content (typically in the midst of a phrase!), ditto for the footnotes, which have been simply put someplace on the web page, with out understanding to what they referred to, no chapter and sub-chapter headers, no title web page, no correct Desk of Contents… briefly, a jumbled mess. It took me about 6 hours to repair it in Phrase, making certain every chapter begins in its personal odd web page, making a title web page, utilizing three degree of headings to generate a desk of contents (thanks, Phrase!), after which convert it into a correct .pdf, with suitably resized cowl and even bookmarks for chapters and subchapters (once more thanks, Phrase!). Sadly, right here and there, some sentences are lacking, which I could not in fact restore… however it’s not a lot.
Take pleasure in, and good luck in your writing endeavours.