I have now been using the Kindle Fire for about a month.
Archive for e-books
In this brief, 12-minute video, I interview jane Friedman, professor of e-media and writing at the University of Cincinnati. She offers her thoughts on the future of book publishing.
Recently, Turney Stevens, dean of Lipscomb University’s College of Business interviewed me about the future of printed books, e-books, leadership, personal branding, and a few other topics.
Since publishing my e-book, Creating Your Personal Life Plan, I have had several people as how I created the e-book. Here’s how in six steps.
The book publishing word is undergoing a dramatic shift from print formats to digital. However, the rate of change will be less dramatic than many industry executives think. Here are four reasons why.
As I pointed out when I wrote about the original Kindle , the device is not so much an e-book reader as it is a portable bookstore. … In addition, you can move books on and off your device from the Amazon servers, so you can actually store more books online than your device can hold.
The NelsonFree program allows readers to experience their content in multiple formats—the physical book, the audio book, and the e-book—without making multiple purchases. Traditionally, if readers want something beyond the printed word, they have to buy another copy of the same book. With NelsonFree, the everyday price of the hardcover book includes both the audio and the e-book.