Posts tagged ebooks


5 Reasons Why Books Aren’t Dying Out

Back in the days when I had to take several trains and buses just to get to my workplace, commuters leaning against subway doors with crumpled paper-back novels were a common sight. When I see people sitting in bus stations…

August 25, 2011, by


Ebook: The Unholy Twin Of The Paperback

Reading books is one of the few well-guarded pastimes that does not require a WiFi connection or batteries… Ah, wait. No, sorry. It isn’t…. Not anymore! Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook are pushing the ebook as if there…

July 21, 2011, by


The Secret Ingredient To Creating Stunning Ebooks With Free Software

The process from the first word to the first sale can be a long and complicated one. Especially so, if it’s your first shot at the promising world of ebooks. When I started out, there were a thousand questions rolling…

June 29, 2011, by


Writing A Bestseller Might Be A Lot Easier Than You Think

Recently, Amazon announced that an author named John Locke managed to sell one million ebooks on Kindle. (And no, it’s not that John Locke.) To me, the most interesting fact about all of this isn’t that he did this on…

June 23, 2011, by


Adventures in (eBook) Publishing

When I had finished high school, my parents asked me what I wanted to do with my life. “I want to be a writer.”, I said. They asked me: “So, what do people do who are aspiring writers?” “Well, I…

May 7, 2011, by