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The Modern Digital Bookshelf of e-Book Readers
Digital readers have appeared on the scene for consumer use. As more e-books become available more readers will be sold and vice-versa.
Self-help books are not just pieces of advice. Learn more about what self-help books can give you.
Book reviews are helpful for both readers and authors. Read on to learn more about book reviews that gets the message across.
Fiction books are stories that do more than entertain you. Here are some things that fiction can do to impact your mind and your life.
iPad offers unprecedented reading experience with features to make you drool. Buying the e-books from the endless collections could lead to a substantial spending. As an alternative option, there are several downloading sites, allowing the members to download thousands of popular bestsellers - and all downloads are completely free.
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I’m not forcing to invite my audience here. I’m trying to keep it focused on my interests. I feel that I don’t have to worry about boring 90 percent of the audience—because [the audience for my blog] self-selected themselves as wanting to read this, I can be much more authentic and much more liberated to talk about what I really want to talk about, rather than trying to anticipate the needs of a scattered, diverse audience like a magazine has.
Another masterpiece by Dan Brown, Angels and Demons takes you on a fast paced journey the reader is unable to put down.
Trade publishers are the industry gatekeeper for a very good reason. It insures that the author under contract will possess marketable skills. Authors who use rejection to their advantage, by refinement and honing of their skills, will be rewarded in the future with a traditional publishing contract and reap the rewards that trade publishers offer.