The ebook will no doubt co-exist with the traditional book for years to come. By the time it supplants the paper book entirely — if it comes to that — ebooks will be so highly evolved and people will be so accustomed to reading on screens that they won’t miss “real” books. By that time there won’t be many open fires, either. So, between one thing and the other, all the trees in the forests will breathe a sigh of relief.
Welcome the Future of Publishing with Open ArmsThis blog is both an ebook-advocacy initiative and a promotional site for the author's new book: The Ebook Ebook. It's aim is to get you interested, then to get you involved. If you write--or want to write--and want to get published on your own terms, cutting out the middlemen and becoming your own publisher--and doing all this for free-- this book and blog will tell you how. Just the fact that you're reading this is a sign that you are taking the first step...
- 2017 Smashwords Survey Helps Authors Sell More eBooks June 23, 2017Welcome to the sixth annual Smashwords Survey!Each year for the Smashwords Survey, I analyze ebook sales aggregated across the Smashwords distribution network.We're looking to identify potential data driven insights that can help authors and publishers make their books more accessible, more desirable and more enjoyable to readers. The results are often […]email@example.com (Mark Coker)
- 2017 Smashwords Survey Helps Authors Sell More eBooks June 23, 2017
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