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The Author/Expert is the Future of Publishing

I see that the current publishing industry structure is both prohibitive and unnecessary in self-publishing. The rules are set-up for corporate bookselling and do not involve the individual. Fortunately, there is a New Economy forming. It is the Economy of … Continue reading

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Paperback to Kindle; Cassettes to CDs

As the mass market paperback is steadily being replaced by eBook versions it makes me realize that we are not really talking about ebooks as just an additional format but as a change in media. This is very much like … Continue reading

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eBooks Are King

According to Amazon.com they sell more eBooks than they do any other format of books. For the self-publisher, eBooks are an effective way to get your book into the marketplace. This is particularly true with Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing program. … Continue reading

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Amazon Still Leading the Way

The January 24, 2011 issue of Publishers Weekly has an article on Amazon.com’s ability to make further gains as the leader in the eBook business. It states that Apple has sold 7.3 million iPads in the most recent quarter. It … Continue reading

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Borders & New Leaf Concerns

Is it time to just let Borders die? Anyone who is sending books to Borders is taking the risk of never seeing payment for them. If you have inventory there already you are probably going to be out of luck. … Continue reading

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