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Posts Tagged ‘Kindle’

E-Books triumph over print books in the week after Christmas

Check out this USA Today article for more info. In the week following Christmas, e-books outsold print books.

5-Star Reviews for Maverick Men

The 5-star reviews are already starting to come in! Check out Amazon reviews for Maverick Men: The True Story Behind the Videos.

Now you can play with all of the e-readers

Some interesting data in Barnes & Noble’s recent SEC filing, right smack on page 13. According to BN, over 80% of all Nooks (their e-reader) are purchased in-store. This figure has risen dramatically since February, when under 40% of all purchased Nooks were bought in-store.

How to price your e-book

One of my original hopes for this blog was that it would be a candid take on the development of a publishing company. As the Internet changes the ease of entry for new publishers (especially genre publishers) into the market, I’d love it if my own experiences, frustrations, and challenges, can be utilized by up-and-coming publishers. And therefore, I’m going to share one of those frustrations and challenges: pricing an upcoming e-book.

“A Pale Existence” on Amazon

Have an Amazon Kindle? Download one of the most thrilling new titles in LGBT literature now, and start reading in minutes.

A Pale Existence on

Website is Live

It gives me much pleasure to announce that the new inGroup Press website is live.

Free Books

Technology can lead to scary things! An interesting article was posted yesterday in the New York Times. Author Motoko Rich wrote about how many new and emerging authors are experiencing an enormous boost in sales without making a penny. How are they doing it? By giving away their books for free.