I cannot for the life of me figure out why only some of the Kindle books I converted to Kobo format kept their chapter breaks and tables of content. I’m uncertain what’s different about the ones that ended up considered as one long, book-length chapter.


  1. Well, I re-ran the conversion processes on the last five books I have left over from Kindle reading, and the tables of contents appeared. There are still no page breaks at chapter endings, and one of these books—my current nonfiction read—now won’t open at all.
  2. It finally opened after ten minutes, and then crashed and restarted my device. I guess I know how this mostly shitty day is going to end.
  3. It would take me $85 to just purchase the proper Kobo editions of all these books. (It’s actually seven books, not five.)