The Death of the Printed Book

TechRadar: Amazon has announced that it now sells more Kindle ebooks than all print books – that’s hardcover and paperback combined – through the Amazon.com site. Introduced less than four years ago, the Kindle has quickly become Amazon’s top selling product, and now digitised books for the reader have become more popular with its customers

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Millions from eBooks!

Amanda Hocking sold 450,000 e-books in January directly to her readers, for under $3 each. The 26-year old writer has never been traditionally published and according to one anonymous publisher it is unlikely that any traditional publisher could offer her a better deal than the Kindle store. Hocking only began self publishing in March 2010

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E-Romancing Your E-Reader

Who knew the e-book would be such a boon for novelists penning whimsical tales of cheesy intrigue? The New York Times reports that “if the e-reader is the digital equivalent of the brown-paper wrapper, the romance reader is a little like the Asian carp: insatiable and unstoppable. Together, it turns out, they are a perfect

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