Despite Google’s feeble excuses, its still going on!!!
Shock Horror Probe! The general public are abandoning the eBook for real books. But are they?
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Another busy week flies past!
First, I had to plan a new story. Not easy, this, because it is based on a period I know very little about, but after Monday and Tuesday sitting with my head immersed in books, the period came to life for me. I fancy I’ll have the main plot finished today.
Today? A week later?
You bet. Last week I was working flat out, but I also had to conduct the latest BBC interview with Ruth Downie (the latest broadcast interview is with Rebecca Tope. You can find it here at about 1 hour 39 minutes in), and help the publisher Impress with their latest prize. That was great fun, but also very time-consuming. It’s difficult when you are presented with a shortlist of twelve books that can be entirely different. For example, I had two or three historicals, two non-fiction, and a wide variety…
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I did exactly the same thing. Both Derek and I are heartily sick of being ripped off by Amazon’s insulting KENP payment system
Is Amazon killing off the eBook? It’s certainly killing off the small fry!
Another possible reason for the marked downturn in eBook sales across the board
Indies are now a force to be reckoned with. Ignore us at your peril!