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What Makes A Reader Download & Finish Your Book?

by Kathy Perow Note from Molly: I include my email in the back of all my books with an invitation for readers to give me feedback, and that’s how I met Kathy Perow. She sent a lovely message after completing my Gen Delacourt Mystery Series. And yes, she told me a couple of things she […]

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Print Vs. Ebooks – Does It Pay To Do Print?

by Molly Greene Given an unlimited number of books to read and full access to any title I wanted, if I had to choose one or the other, I’d prefer to read a traditional print book over an ebook any day. Don’t get me wrong: I love my Kindle, but I choose print, hands down. […]

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Kindle Unlimited: July’s Changes, My Results

by Molly Greene You’d have to be hiding from the world not to have heard about the modifications Amazon made to payouts in their Kindle Unlimited program July 1. Speculation about how these changes would negatively affect authors started immediately after the announcement was made, and in some quarters, the outrage was clear. Cooler heads […]

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Print Vs. eBook – What’s Your Opinion?

I published Mark of the Loon as an ebook last year but I’ve never created a print copy. Last summer I re-edited for the umpteenth time and uploaded the new version. This spring I want to print a paperback. I’ve reviewed Terri Giuliano Long’s guest post on my blog, CreateSpace vs. Lightening Source For Self-Published […]

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A Self-Publisher’s Guide to Kobo

If you’re wondering, “What’s a Kobo?” Here’s the backstory: Kobo entered the scene in 2010, marketing the Kobo e-Reader as a less expensive alternative to Kindle and Nook, which are currently the best selling e-Reader devices. That will change if Hiroshi Mikitani gets his way. Mikitani is CEO of Japan’s largest e-commerce company, Rakuten, which purchased Canadian-owned Kobo […]

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