In my opinion, there SHOULD be a massive gulf between eBook and physical book pricing, but not for anything to do with “costs” of the two media types, but because of the VALUE. Most popular eBook ecosystems offer what I ...
Brian S's insight:
A monopoly is really never a good idea, however appealing it may look at the beginning.
This Week's Bestsellers: June 30, 2014 Publishers Weekly Proving again that there's life after Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling's The Silkworm, written under the Robert Galbraith pseudonym, debuts at #4 on our Hardcover Fiction list this week.
Walking your dog on a lead, most people would consider that to be the most basic dog training task, so why then do so many people struggle with this most elementary of exercises? There are activities your dog will take to like a duck takes to water, in oth...
Brian S's insight:
Lots more tips like these in the Puppy & Dog Care Book written by a canine behaviour specialist who works with dogs every day.
On August 5, 2012, the New York Times eBook List (unveiled February 13, 2011) of best sellers included 7 independent Smashwords distributed authors. The e-book market, in general, has become so popular that Amazon's ...
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