E-Books & E-Publishing
From Jaye Manus -
So last week I talked about the importance of writers shifting their mindset from thinking “Print Documents” to thinking “Electronic Files.”
Reader Drew Turney wrote to me recently with an interesting question.
A quick list of digital goodies I encountered at SXSW Wow, what a lot to digest from my first trip to South By Southwest.
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<img src="http://timewellness.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/ereader.jpg?w=480&h=320&crop=1" alt="ereader" title="ereader"/> I received a Kindle for my birthday, and enjoying “light reading,” in addition to the dense science I read for work, I immediately loaded it with mysteries by my favorite authors.
While I was pleased to read about FutureBook’s first Digital Innovation Awards last year, I was disappointed not to see a category for ‘Best eBook’ alongside 'Best app/enhanced eBook/interactive book'.
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Passive Guy talks a lot about disruptive innovation and how it’s affecting authors and every other part of the publishing world these days.
The first day or so of the New Year is generally a time to look ahead at what is possible for you and your business over the next twelve months. This year, my focus is going to be on self-publishing using Amazon’s Kindle platform , so I’m taking some time to plan out a publishing strategy for myself.