Morning Roundup: Tips for a Little Free Library, China as the next big ebook market and more
March 24, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
5 Tips for Running a Little Free Library (Book Riot)
So. You’ve been hearing about these Little Free Libraries and are intrigued, possibly even considering putting up your own. Or maybe you just love living vicariously and want to know more about what I’ve learned from my Little Free Library in the months it’s been up. Either way, I’ve got you covered.
China: The Next Big eBook Market (Digital Book World)
Roughly 42% of China’s nearly 1.4 billion people use the Internet. In the early part of 2013, China surpassed the U.S. in terms of how many people in the country were using smartphones and tablets (nearly 225 million).
Traditional Publishing, Self or Independent Publishing: What to Choose and Why (Author U)
Ahhh, times have changed—which publishing road does an author take today? With the Internet and today’s technology, traditional publishers are being turned on their heads, self and independent publishers have morphed into new critters—ranging from “Wow—look at these books, they are amazing” to “Wow—these like they were done with Elmer’s Glue at the kitchen table.”
Tax Tips for Freelancers (Give me Back my Five Bucks)
But I’ve learned the hard way that waiting until the last possible moment to start on your tax paperwork will leave you stressed out. If you haven’t already done so, start organizing your receipts and invoices now – the last thing you want to do is stress yourself out and make mistakes to try and hit your filing deadline.
Kindle Daily Deals: What Angels Fear (and others)
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