Added by Benjamin Sobieck on March 27, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments
"Fingerprints" is looking for the kinds of stories you've told a million times to a million people. Those crazy, messed up stories that skirt the edges of the law. Fingerprints calls it "crime flash non-fiction." You might call it, "That time we…Continue
My opinion on this is "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em." Consumers expect technology to work seamlessly between mediums. Adding another layer to access content will drive them to piracy sites.
What do you think?
The market just doubled. Did your sales? Mine didn't.
A while back here on CrimeSpace, I wrote about having trouble placing a piece of "crime flash non-fiction." It just didn't fit into any of the e-zines out there. Too crime-y for the flash non-fiction…Continue
It's all over when the sun goes down and the ghouls eat the people who didn't read an eBook this week.
If you're interested, this is the last day Smashwords will offer my eBook for free. Get it here: http://bit.ly/a9dXSN
There are also a ton of other deals right now on eBooks at Smashwords. Check 'em out!
The hallowed holiday ends March 12. So how are things going? Sold any eBooks? Discovered any new authors? Decided yet if you'll write it "e-book," "ebook" or "eBook?"
I found a pile of new authors I want to read, many of them exclusively publishing electronically.
Which brings to light the other conundrum of this week. I don't own an e-reader. I'm still addicted to print.
Isn't there a cheap gateway drug to e-readers out there? I just can't see…Continue
Break out the Shameless Self-Promotion Hat and Blatant Tooting Horns, International Read an eBook Week is blessedly upon us.
I'm celebrating in style. Smashwords is once again hosting a site-wide promotion. Authors opt in their works for special discounts. My eBook of flash fiction happens to be free during this time (get it here).
What are you doing? Any special deals?