Ready or not, here comes Netflix for e-books. Oyster is the new kid on the content delivery block, offering access to more than 100,000 e-books for a monthly subscription price … Continue reading Yea or nay: Oyster subscription e-book service
When people say there’s stiff competition in the indie publishing world, they usually just mean it as a really ineffectual way to temper a new author’s disappointment at not bursting … Continue reading Wait, there were HOW many self-published books in 2012?!
It’s not exactly the red carpet. It’s not even one of those cool, alternative blue carpets. It’s kind of a dingy beige, actually, and it’s probably in your basement. Smashwords, … Continue reading Yea or nay: Smashwords “self-interviews” for authors
Pssst. Hey, self-published authors. I’ve got a secret for you. Do you want to know how to get more exposure for your book on Amazon? Are you confused about why … Continue reading The Dirty Little Secret of Amazon Category Rankings
There’s been a lot of talk lately about a recent Pew Internet study surveying the reading habits of Americans in 2012. E-book purchases are rising, unsurprisingly, and lots of industry … Continue reading Print is dead…if dead means just as popular as ever
So you were all on the collective edge of your seat this whole weekend, right? Just waiting breathlessly for my big announcement, your imagination running wild with possibilities: is she … Continue reading Blue Ribbon – Shelf Unbound