Since I have a kindle, whenever I see a new release is approaching I have to weigh the pros and cons of purchasing the Hardcover or just downloading on my kindle. I love my kindle and it's great for authors that I might not read over and over or that I might feel awkward being seen while reading. However I still love my bookshelves and being able to touch and smell a new book. If DVD's can be purchased in various formats why can't they sell books the same way?
Nowadays most likely any book that is available as a hardcover (or paperback) will be available as an e-book.
Yes, but when you buy a physical book, you should get a code to download it as well. A 2 for 1 deal. Otherwise you are forced to pay twice for something.
by M. T. Dremer 12 years ago
To some people this question might seem like a no-brainer. Of course I want my book on an eReader like Kindle and Nook. It's the future of books and it would get me the greatest exposure. I must admit that I never really thought about the effects of distributing books digitally until I met Sherman...
by Nellie Butler 11 years ago
Do you think paperback and hardcover novels are on their way out?I'm still old-fashioned and love to hold a book in my hands (and even love the smell of a new one haha). But with the rising popularity of e-books and hand-held reading devices (i.e. Kindle), I'm wondering if this means that...
by Tessa Schlesinger 6 years ago
There are so many of us who write fiction, and we're stuck with Amazon, itunes, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, etc, all of which have their own difficulties.I would really like a formula in the hubpages tradition where every author has their own site, plus the ability to upload their books and sell...
by craftdrawer 9 years ago
Do you read any the free Kindle books available on your computer/laptop/Kindle/iPad?Does anyone download free Kindle books on their computers/laptops? Do you read any of the free books that Amazon Kindle has to offer? I just offered a free (4 day) crochet book download on my Craftdrawer blog...
by buckleupdorothy 10 years ago
How much, and what kind, of your book consumption is digital?Are there certain kinds of books you prefer to read in one medium or the other? Why?
by Donna Campbell Smith 11 years ago
I am really excited that Faithful Publishing has made Pale as the Moon available on Kindle. They will also soon have An Independent Spirit up soon. Then on to Nook.I feel like this is the future of books and that it will widen the horizons for my books. Of course they will remain also available as...
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