Tag Archives: selling ebooks

We’re coming back…

So, I’ve been having fun on my other blog… creating days like Chocolate Milk Tuesday and Pink Floyd Wednesday, but I still want to talk about writing… I have to because I’m a writer. And over there, things get a … Continue reading

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In the wake

We all know last week was wild.  The announcement of KDP Select doesn’t give us a right or wrong answer, and why should it? I fully believe that too many people rely on Amazon, thinking of them as a partner … Continue reading

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Amazon KDP Select… select to relax first, read, then make a decision for YOU.

Wow, what a wild day on Amazon, huh?   For those who haven’t seen the news, Amazon KDP opened a new exclusive option for authors.   You have to give Amazon 90 Day exclusivity to your book – meaning NO … Continue reading

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Interview w/ author William Esmont

Today, I had the chance to talk to William Esmont, who just crossed the amazing sales mark of 20,000 ebooks… I’m sure that’s just the start of his future… Tell us about your journey, when did you decide to indie … Continue reading

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Kindle sites… credible?

Yeah, I’m ready for another rant I guess.  I hate that this is what I’ve become the past month or so, but I’m only reacting to my surroundings.  A lot of people tend to jump the gun with things, especially … Continue reading

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Kobo ereader

Here’s the link: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2048634/WHSmith-Amazon-touchscreen-eBook-reader.html?ito=feeds-newsxml Here’s the gist:  WH Smith has teamed up with Kobo to make an ereader.  Total score for all of us! Why? As a reader, having multiple units on the market will only keep costs low and … Continue reading

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eBook sales rise, duh. Paperback… not sure

I love paper.  I love paperback books.  I hold them.  I cuddle them.  I smell their pages… don’t lie, you do too. But the ebook format has swept in and is not going away.  With it comes a new rush … Continue reading

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Looking beyond Amazon

You all know how much I enjoy Amazon… as a company, as an innovator, the whole package.  I enjoy them and what they’ve done – and it’s not all related to publishing.    While Amazon is the biggest kid on … Continue reading

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eTLC feature The Devil’s Weekend!

This is a cool, new site.  And for my authors out there, they are offering their listings free for the moment.  So get on it. Taken from their site: Use eTLC to discover the work of independent (indie) authors. The … Continue reading

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Guest post today.

Today I’m over on Coming Down the Mountain talking about marketing. Big thanks to Karen for approaching me.  We had talked for the past month or so about guest posting, so I’m happy to see this post live! http://karenjonesgowen.blogspot.com/2011/10/marketing-for-insecure-writers.html?spref=tw

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