Tag Archives: ebook

eBook Marketing: Include Live Contact Information in Your eBook

One of the most important things you can do in this ebook world is to provide your reader with your current contact information. I monitor over 50 authors and ebook experts blogs on a regular basis and finding their contact links is quite a challenge.…

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An Experiment in Serial Fiction and Self-Publication

At the start of the year, I had an idea for a project. I wanted to write a serialized fiction story in pieces small enough to fit inside a single Tweet. One tiny chunk of narrative prose every day, slowly building an ongoing, real-time story for the audience to piece together.…

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eBook Marketing: What Goes Around Comes Around

To eBook authors, marketing can be a daunting task. Whether you’re an indie publisher or you are using a traditional publisher, the marketing is usually left up to you.

It is a digital world now and self-publishers are not tied to bookstores with limited shelf space and a revolving inventory.…

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Ebook Away!

I finally published an ebook version of my first novel, “Between Boyfriends.” I finished this book 5 years ago and eagerly began sending it out to literary agents. I got a ton of responses, some form letters and a few criticisms.…

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An interview with Chris Wimpress

My novel ‘Joe is Online’ is probably the first piece of fiction in the world which was written FOR e-readers.  It works on a Kindle – in fact it looks great on a Kindle and an iPad.  ‘Joe is Online’ consists entirely of digital documents – blogs, emails, webchat logs, diary entries and websites.  …

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Illumination – How One Woman Made Light of the Darkness, by Sophia van Buren

Interview with Sophia van Buren, Author of Illumination – How One Woman Made Light of the Darkness, available as an ebook on Amazon – http://amzn.to/hUV77F

1. How did you come to self-publish? Did you try to get published
traditionally?

I was querying agents and I did get a few sniffs, but I decided to self-publish for one major reason—it allowed me to use a pen name (yes, Sophia is not my real name).…

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