See on Scoop.it – Avid readers Some digital pioneers think that the online sharing of books via social media — social reading — may become the dominant way of both consuming and producing stories. ruthseeley‘s insight: Looking forward to hearing this documentary and waiting to be convinced. Given the number of avid readers I know […]
See on Scoop.it – Avid readers TW Column by David Biddle It’s way too easy for us indie authors to devalue what we’re selling.” ruthseeley‘s insight: Sweet spot for ebook pricing is still where I said it was ~$4-$6. See on talkingwriting.com
We have collaboration tools – can we use them? asks Shirky. I think the more important question is, Will we use them to create a better, fairer world for ourselves?
I’m thrilled to have been invited to attend the first #yycsalon via Skype tonight and will be live tweeting it since I couldn’t actually make it to Calgary. Here are the details – you can follow Susan Toy of Alberta Books Canada on Twitter, but she’s hosting, so check out the hashtag instead. And if […]
I feel compelled to blog about an experience I recently had with the online (self-described) blog of a local radio station. I, am however, going to blog about it without naming names, because I hope to inspire a bit of a discussion rather than point the finger at one mainstream media outlet that employs several […]
If you cast your net widely for volunteer live tweeters, you’ll be amazed at the coverage you get and the goodwill you create. People will be banging down your doors for the opportunity to participate, not just spectate.