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Speaking out against Corporate Censorship

UPDATE #2: Paypal has redefined its position and restricts its newest policy update to specific books which contain graphic images portraying bestiality, rape, or incest and they will not take the blanket action of disabling the individual account and withholding funds. More on CNET and The Verge.

UPDATE: It seems as if Paypal is likely to reverse it’s position this week. At least we are all watching and hoping. More at TechCrunch.

Does anyone reading this remember when Amazon.com removed copies of “1984” from their Kindle library and by extension from the “personal” Kindle library

Readers Turn Into Writers?

Enjoy reading eBooks? Think you’d like to give it a try? Here is a brief summary of the nuts and bolts of the “How to’s” to write your own eBook.

There are different kinds of eBooks. Begin with the end in mind, as Steven Covey would say. How long do you want your book to be?

A traditional eBook is the same as a book you would buy at a book store and is usually upwards of a hundred pages or more.

A Manifesto style eBook is much shorter and usually focuses on one idea or a quick

Get Your Book Seen by the Big Guys!

Have you ever wanted to write, publish and market a book that transforms not only your life and your business… but the lives of your readers too? If this sounds good to you then you need to check out what my friend Christine Kloser is up too! (we’re thrilled that she invited us to be a part of this!)

She’s offering a brand new virtual program called the Transformational Author Experience and it’s absolutely FREE!

Have a look at the video now: ==> http://www.free-ebooks.net/t/53

Here you’ll discover a 6-step system to transform your book “idea” into a published