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...
- Smashwords Implements New Classifications for Erotic Fiction September 15, 2017Smashwords has introduced new classification requirements for erotic fiction.Starting today, when a new erotic fiction book is uploaded to Smashwords, or when updates are made to an existing erotic fiction book, a short supplemental check box questionnaire will appear. The questionnaire asks the author or publisher to confirm the absence or presence of cert […]firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark Coker)
- Smashwords Implements New Classifications for Erotic Fiction September 15, 2017
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In an excellent long article on the future of the newspaper industry published in the London Review of Books, John Lanchester arrives at a fascinating conclusion: In order to survive newspapers have to disappear. At least in their “outlandishly expensive” … Continue reading
Library Science grad student, Carly Arthur, reflects on the implications of ebooks for libraries. She sees electronic publishing as an opportunity for libraries, not a threat. Continue reading