Not long ago e-book publishers felt totally eclipsed from widespread public exposure, sidelined by the print publishing industry and ignored by the mainstream media. When electronic books were mentioned, they were treated as a novelty, not a serious contender. But all of that has changed, as was confirmed again this month when e-books were a topic that played prominently across the media world.
Two particular stories made headlines. One had to do with the ongoing battle between e-book publishers and Amazon, the world’s biggest book seller, over pricing. That’s a negotiation that we can expect to go on
We’re looking for guest writers for our blog here on Free-eBooks.net and we wanted to get our community in on the action. We want you to share your experiences, motivations, challenges, and stories with us.
As authors, our primary aim is to tell our story. We dream up imaginative scenarios and people and we write about them. For the most part, it’s pointless if no one else reads about them – isn’t it? The whole idea behind writing is to provide entertainment for other people. If no one is being entertained, then what it boils down to is
I had occasion to reflect on personality and the influences of our personalities in our writing this past week. Particularly, I was thinking about how we see ourselves and how that differs from how others see us, and how our personalities are reflected in our everyday activities. In the case of writers, it is patently impossible to write without infusing the words with aspects of our personality in one form or another.
Personality is defined as those unique qualities that make up who we are. In my case, some of those qualities are my passion, my dedication, my