The difference between paragraphs in printed books and paragraphs online is obviously an indent on the printed books at each paragraph, with no blank line between the paragraphs and no indent online with a blank line between. (Online reading also tends to use much shorter paragraphs than the typical printed paragraph.) I'm getting far enough into an online novella that I'm starting to visualize it in eBook form and a print run even if just to have copies to hold in my hands and hand out to friends, but I'm wondering if it's a must that I reformat the online version for the printed page. Are most books released in digital and printed versions split between the two formats? Funny thing is, most everything I "read" now is audiobook, so I really wouldn't know.