Category Archives: ebooks

Can novels take your breath away?

Dani Amore, writing on technorati.com, weighs in on the “how to price an ebook” debate by attempting a comparison between songs and novels. This cracked me up: A song that sells for 99 cents that just happens to be a … Continue reading

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“I’m out of the advance business and I’m out of the inventory business”

Just watched a 6-minute interview with Jane Friedman, former CEO of Harper Collins. She’s now CEO of Open Road Media, a publishing company she co-founded to so she can play exclusively in the digital space. Key things in her remarks … Continue reading

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Would you join an ebook review exchange club?

I have an idea to help new ebook writers (novelists, to start) get reviews on places like Amazon and B&N. Here’s how it would work. A writer with a published e-novel would submit a review copy to me. The writer … Continue reading

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New Kindle feature a soft sell tool for writers?

Article on the MSNBC Technoblog by Wilson Rothman leads with the news that the next Kindle OS is going to support “real” page numbers. That’s a good thing — but what really caught my interest is another upcoming new feature, … Continue reading

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