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Jun
8
2012

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I have had several questions posed about how to purchase and read an ebook if you don’t have an ereader since my collection of short stories, “Meet the Roberson Ladies” debuted. Here are the “how-tos” of downloading and reviewing.

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The future of publishing, writing, and reading books

September 21, 2011

Today Amazon started its e-book loaning process in 11,000 libraries nationwide. Users can use their Kindle, free Kindle app, or even their computer to borrow e-books using their library card. Couple this with the fast-growing e-book and self-publishing markets and I, as both a writer and a reader, wonder what is in store for my […]

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Write on: Book publishing sells increase

August 13, 2011

The latest information from the New York Times  says that in 2010 publishers generated net revenue of $27.9 billion, a 5.6 percent increase over 2008. Publishers sold 2.57 billion books in all formats in 2010, a 4.1 percent increase since 2008. This includes a large increase in e-book sells. In 2008 e-books were 0.6 percent […]

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