Puritan Board Freshman
Yeah, there is definitely strengths and weaknesses to each method. Personally, I prefer spaces between my paragraphs, headings, etc. Logan does not. Also, I personally like the idea of having all 6,000 works "bundled" in neat, compact "volumes" where the PDF's are bookmarked according to title, and you have all those works in a "collection" of around 250 or so books, rather than going through 6,000 files. Also, those bundled volumes makes it so you can read the works in the web browser, in PDF format, while still on the same site. But this is really what we are after. To offer them in so many different variations, that eventually, everyone is pleased to the best of our ability.Exactly this, yes, and/or perhaps under alphabetical folders "A", etc., (if possible please). But I wouldn't want to take much of your/anyone's time - I had a look online and saw it can be done using a script but I am not savvy enough to work it out myself.
I read parts of a couple last night and thought they worked really well! The vast majority of the individual files are small, I might test out the larger ones later today. I'd previously loaded Dave's 'PuritanInn' collection onto my Kindle and these seem to be better formatted.
I am even thinking, after this is done, to go back and create a "the works of" series. Like, The Works of William Perkins, The Works of Thomas Watson, The Works of Praise-God Barebone, The Works of Robert Bolton, The Works of Edmund Bunny, etc. And make these combined or multi-volume ebooks. That way they are not as voluminous as the whole collection, but contain more works than a single volume.