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[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 authorBeyond 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.
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:
2. Amazon opens a new textbook rental service.
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