Another week spent staring at that one perfect sentence you’ve written, dreading the fact that this one incredible sentence needs to eventually become part of a paragraph, then part of a chapter, and eventually just an almost insignificant part of a brilliant book. But you can do it! We promise.
Another week means another week in self-publishing and eBook news, so here we go:
- The Association of Independent Authors (AiA) will be releasing a comprehensive guide to self-publishing in a few months. We’re assuming they will be self-publishing it.
- Ebook revolution? Sure seems like it. A self-published author in Britain has sold more books than Stieg Larsson and James Patterson.
- Could it be time for a single format for ebooks? This article weighs the pros and cons of ending the use of digital rights management (DRM).
- Nicholas Carr discusses the idea of writers changing their ebooks after they’ve published them. Would The Great Gatsby be even better had Fitzgerald the ability to continue to edit it? Will your novel continue to change years after you publish it?
- Big Surprise! Jonathan Franzen hates ebooks. But he’s sold thousands of them.
- Activist and award-winning writer Kevin Powell will self-publish his next book.
- Is “bundling” eBooks with print books a good idea? A small publisher shares his ideas.
- A pretty comprehensive look at how drastically the rise of self-publishing and eBooks have changed the publishing industry (and the Internet).
- Want to lend eBooks? Want to make your ebook available to be lent? Here’s how.
- A great piece about why award-winning chef John Sundstrom is choosing to self-publish a new cookbook, despite offers from major publishers.
- Digital textbooks are the future. what’s to stop professors from self-publishing their own?
Happy writing and publishing!