Tag Archives: Readers

It’s a Service Issue

I know I have been a little distracted by video games lately, in particular retro video games. In truth I have been indulging my nostalgia a little more than the law allows. Get me an eye patch and a Parrot … Continue reading

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Tips for Surprising Your Readers

When I read, I envision each sentence as a path carved out by the author. The path twists and turns and along the way I encounter different sights, sounds, emotions, actions. I stay on the path until I reach the … Continue reading

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E-booking on the Cheap

The other day I came across a review for J.K. Rowling’s new work, Casual Vacancy, interested I clicked on over to Amazon to see about getting a copy. Well any thought of that happening went away when I saw the … Continue reading

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Another Brick in the Publishing Wall

This post by Rebecca L Boschee appeared in the Wordserve Water Cooler last week. I wanted to share it because I thought it was really done well and points to a huge misconception about consumers. Price does not drive everything. For … Continue reading

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I Have Given up on Library E-Books

Since buying my smart phone two years ago I have seen a dramatic increase in the amount of reading I do. The convenience of e-readers on a device that’s always in my pocket has given me more opportunities to read. Alas this happened just … Continue reading

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Weighing in on Self Publishing

Here is a post from agent Rachelle Gardner fresh from her blog. She is weighing in on the self publishing revolution. http://cba-ramblings.blogspot.com/2011/05/what-about-readers.html I don’t know about calling the recent rise in self publishing a revolution, I am sure it is … Continue reading

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