Reading e books on Kindle or iPad is the biggest thing since Gutenberg invented the printing press. A sometimes humorous look at the world of wireless readers and the impact Kindle will have on reading.
Which format should you publish in? Why should you prefer one over the other? A quick summary of the pros and cons of both formats.
My story from 1995 - 2010 is about being a writer - an author and a publisher. I am inundated with bizarre but wonderful experiences which I am capturing through articles novels and the diary series.
A review of the Kindle book Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Written by Herself. This riveting book was written by Harriet Jacobs (Linda Brent), a young girl terrorized by slavery.
Publishing your novel as an eBook is something that more and more writers are experimenting with. Here’s an overview of how to do it on Smashwords...
For me there is nothing like the smell and feel of a new book, the right hand side of the book letting me know the end is close, but for others the eReader is the way to go. What do you prefer?
Regardless of the technological options available for reading books, true book lovers will always want to read and touch the pages of a real book. Top ten reasons for loving real books are listed.
Common problems with the Sony Reader include the device freezing up, the computer not recognizing the device, problems opening files, problems opening books and more. Try fixing your problem on your own so you can...
Initially the positive reviews of this book surprised me. The writing style leaves something to be desired, but J.L. Bryan has come up with an interesting story which I believe is worth reading.
Real books vs eBooks: learn all about them