Morning Roundup: eBooks Have Changed Book Production, Kindle Fire HDX Review and more
November 1, 2013 | 9:07 am
By Joanna Cabot
How eBooks Have Changed Book Production and Workflow (Digital Book World)
Much has changed when it comes to producing books these days and ebooks and new production technologies have been the catalysts. Here is an overhead view on some of the biggest, most-sweeping changes from Matt LeBlanc, director of digital workflow at F+W Media (which owns and operates Digital Book World).
Journalist Reflects on Future of New Orleans Times-Picayune (Galleycat)
The book is out this month, and we caught up with the journalist to find out more about the book and how MediaBistro’s courses helped her write the story.
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 Review (GoodeReader)
The latest generation Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 has just been released and packs quite the punch with its new hardware and software. All of the internals have seen a massive upgrade and the new Mojito software takes Android to a new level. How does this tablet compare to prior Fire offerings and is it a viable investment with so many new devices coming out?
PW Reveals 101 Best Books of 2013 (Publisher’s Weekly)
Chosen from the nearly 9,000 reviews, PW’s Best Books of 2013 span all the adult genres — nonfiction; fiction; poetry; religion; mysteries and thrillers; cookbooks and lifestyle; health; parenting; crafts and hobbies; comics and graphic novels; science fiction, fantasy and horror; and romance and erotica.
Kindle Daily Deals: Novels by Seth Harwood (and 4 others)