Posts tagged ebook discovery
Meet WebBytez, a new method of e-book discovery
March 9, 2013 | 12:45 pm
E-book discovery by readers has been much in the news lately, and it's definitely an issue for authors, especially those who are self-published. While readers continue to find their next great book in online stores, some still browse brick and mortar bookstores. Wouldn't it be nice if they could find and buy e-books in a store? No, not showrooming Books-A-Million to buy a book on Amazon. Buy actually buying the e-book in the store, so that the author and the store both make money on the deal. Bitingduck Press has an answer. It's still new, so don't look for it yet...
A Plaintive Cry from the E-Text Wilderness
October 25, 2012 | 10:53 pm
By Rob Suggs So many public domain e-texts, so little time—and guidance. That there's the rub. Ever had this happen? You spot an intriguing title in the Gutenberg feed, or on some other free text site. New e-reader food? Maybe. What's the book about? Like all public domain texts, it dates before the Great Rise of the Subtitles, sadly. So this thing is merely called "The Amazingly Indescribable Thing," or something equally vague, by Lucius Q. Oldenscribe. The cover is a photo of a ragged, black-clothed library book with that title. By sheer reflex, your eager little fingers are instantly Googling title and...