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The Top 4 Benefits of Independent eBook Publishing

[This article is excerpted from BookBaby's free PDF "eBook Publishing: The How-To Guide for Writers" by Steven Spatz. Download the whole guide HERE at no cost.] The digital book — or eBook — is now the preferred choice for millions of readers. Walk through any airport waiting area or Starbucks and you’ll see a growing number of readers enjoying new levels of convenience, portability, access, and affordability with their Kindles, iPads, Nooks and more. Today you can publish your eBook for a fraction of the cost and time it once took to bring a book “to market.”

4 Ways that eBooks empower independent author

Beyond the exploding sales numbers, the electronic publishing age offers opportunities for new and prospective authors that have previously been open to a relative few. 1. Authors are in control Creative types — artists, musicians, sculptors, authors — have almost always been at the mercy of others controlling and profiting from their art. It’s been that way since Michelangelo was painting ceilings in Rome.

The Amazon/Kindle News Round-Up

Already, August has been a busy month for Amazon. If you've been sunning on a beach somewhere this summer or actually getting some writing done, maybe you missed out on the latest Amazon/Kindle news. We'll summarize below: 1. Amazon reports more eBooks sold in the UK than paper books. According to a story on Red Orbit:
Amazon, the American company behind the Kindle ebook reader, has just revealed their UK portion of their ebook store is selling 114 ebooks for every 100 hardback or paperback books sold.
2. Amazon opens a new textbook rental service.

BookBaby eBook Publishing Services Now Available for All Government Agencies

BookBaby works with GSA to allow federal agencies to create and distribute information as eBooks

BookBaby makes it easy for writers to create and sell eBooks, and now we're bringing that same approach to working with the federal government. We recently completed work with the Government Services Administration (GSA) to modify its Terms of Service and discount schedule, clearing the way for US government agencies to utilize BookBaby eBook publishing products and services for its entire catalog of brochures, reports, and information.

BookBaby at Book Expo America 2012

Steven Spatz, Chief Marketing Officer for BookBaby reports from the front lines at Book Expo America: Day One at this year's BEA event in New York City saw BookBaby participate in U-Pub-U, a pre-show event...

A Report from the Writer’s Digest Conference

BookBaby VP Steven Spatz recently attended the Writer's Digest Conference in New York City and sends in this report: At the risk of sounding like a certain country comedian, the underlying theme of last weekend's...


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