As long as there are readers, writers will have work to do
“Reading is here to stay,” wrote Robert M. Sacks in the November/December 2012 issue of Publishing Executive magazine. His astute observation caught my attention, captivating my thoughts, both then and even more so today.
Discussions and speculation about the rapid evolution in the book publishing industry threaten to overwhelm us; considerations abound: read more>>
Explore the 3 types of self-publishing: print, e-books, & audio
Self-publishing, once vilified as an exercise in vanity, is now accepted as a viable option by most everyone – except perhaps those who earn a living in traditional publishing.
There are three segments to self-publishing: e-publishing (for Kindle and other e-readers), POD (print-on-demand), and audio books. Some POD vendors will also produce an e-book version, allowing for one-stop-shopping. read more>>
There is some writing that we almost never see in printed form, due to its length, content, format, market size, or other factors. When it comes to e-books these are no longer issues.
Here are five things we can do with e-books that we seldom see in print… read more>>