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Audiobooks – The New Book Look


Guest Post by Author Kwen D. Griffeth

Listening to a book
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Johannes Gutenberg introduced his printing press to the world in 1439.  The device, with its ability to move the type, started a social revolution, and I have no doubt, the morning after the announcement, Mister Gutenberg found himself beseeched by authors, all wanting to get their books printed.

Getting our works, our visions, our efforts before the reading public has always been the biggest challenge to a writer.

New Revolution of Books

Move forward several hundred years to 2017, examine the printing landscape and discover the new social revolution occurring.  Continue reading Audiobooks – The New Book Look

Self-Publishing Your EBook on Multiple Sites

Typing
Can you publish a digital version of your book on multiple distributor sites? Yes, provided you have not agreed to go with Kindle Select, or any other digital publisher which guarantees they are the only distributor for a 90-day period.

In fact, Mark Coker, creator of Smashwords, encourages it. “Get your book out to as many markets as possible,” he says. “You are the agent for marketing your book.” Continue reading Self-Publishing Your EBook on Multiple Sites