“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” I can still hear you, ancient Chinese philosopher Laozi, even though I’m hundreds of miles into my ebook journey. As I’ve learned, an ebook demands a lolapalooza investment of time and
Sue, I can’t do your question justice on Twitter so I’m answering here. I know I could have emailed or picked up the phone, and enjoyed chatting, but I think many other people are asking the same question. So here
My only complaint about publishing on Smashwords, which is now distributing my book for all e-readers, was the waiting. I followed the instructions for preparation and formatting provided in clear detail by Mark Coker in the free Smashwords Style Guide.
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Lately public libraries have been taking a shit kicking from debt-ravaged politicians. Here in Toronto, our right-wing mayor Rob Ford had to back down from his more extreme proposals because of push back from Margaret Atwood and other well-known local
One of the most fun and fruitful parts of revamping Write Llke You Talk–Only Better has been hearing what people think: about the bigger and better draft, how they used the first edition, the million and one possible subtitles, cover
At a webinar this week, I was shocked to hear that the moderator, and the two co-hosts, all hate to write. Ironically, these smart, articulate men were talking about writing ebooks. As many of you know, I’m writing a new
By the time I knocked off on Monday, I’d already received two get-rich-quick offers about writing ebooks. By the end of the week, I expect my inbox will be bursting with them. Now that everybody is getting tired of talking