Best way to deal with citations
I am working on a book that has very extensive citations--marked in the text by a footnote. Does anyone have advice about the best way to handle this in an ebook, predominantly aiming as Kindle. As much as I like the idea of a hot link to the citation, ebooks I have read that did this sent me to the reference list at the end of the book making it hard to get back to the section I was reading. Due to the lack of pagination having actual hotlinked footnotes seems to be challenging. So I am wondering if I should have just plain text superscripts, or provide the author and year--in either case leaving the reader to manually go to the reference list when/if they want to?
June 4, 2018, 8:30 pm