Podcast: Meet Patricia Selbert, Author of The House of Six Doors

Digital Media News for the Week Beginning 02/27/2012

More articles from the growing world of digital publishing and media…

AMAZON LIGHTENS UP ON KINDLE BORROWING, OFFERS MORE BOOKS FOR LENDING
Amazon has expanded the number of Kindle books available for lending to more than 100,00 titles that Amazon Prime members with Kindles can borrow for free as frequently as a book per month… [read more]
Source: ZDNet (blog)

ARE E-BOOKS FAIRLY PRICED? – PART 1
Struggles over the sale and distribution of digital books are wreaking havoc on the publishing industry, and amid all the confusion, one question continually surfaces: Are e-books fairly priced… [read more]
Source: Mobiledia | Click Here to Read Part 2 of This Article

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Podcast: Meet Christy Demetrakis, Author of Faith to Conquer Fear

Podcast: Meet Carol Topp, CPA, Author of Business Tips and Taxes for Writers

Digital Media News for the Week Beginning 02/13/2012

More articles from the growing world of digital publishing and media…

SELF-PUBLISHING SUCCESS
The success of self-publishing continues to grow as Kerry Wilkinson’s self-published detective novels sell over 250000 copies on Amazon. Wilkinson, who “didn’t set out to ‘be an author'” outsold authors such as Lee Child and Stieg Larsson in the last… [read more]
Source: Xmedia Online

BOOKS, THEY’RE ON THEIR LAST PAGE
Too bad he did not have a backlit Kindle or hi-res iPad in which he could have carried a whole library – and not just a book – into the belly of the beast and emerge a wisercrack. Those devices came some three decades after Marx passed, heralding dog… [read more]
Source: Times of India

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Podcast: Meet Sherri Rabinowitz, Author of Fantasy Time Inc.

Digital Media News for the Week Beginning 02/06/2012

Here are a few stories worth taking a gander at…

AMAZON’S KINDLE FIRE: THE NEXT GAMING CONSOLE?
Amazon is well positioned to capitalize on that because it is the No. 2 player in the tablet market, with its array of rapidly selling Kindle devices trailing only Apple Inc.’s iPads… [read more]
Source: Los Angeles Times

SURVEY SAYS — WHAT THE NEXT AMAZON KINDLE FIRE NEEDS
According a new survey of its owners, the Kindle Fire still has room for improvement. The Amazon Kindle Fire has been the most successful tablet launched to date not named “iPad,” but… [read more]
Source: ZDNet (blog)

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