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This Blog has Moved – Come and Visit Me at the New Address!

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Kindle Digital Text Platform and its Royalty Options

Authors and publishers who use Amazon’s Kindle Digital Text Platform (DTP) will be entitled to a royalty option of 70% for every Kindle book sold. The royalty option will apply to any book sold from the Kindle Store, regardless of … Continue reading

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Defining “Progress” in the Context of e-Books

While e-books currently hold approximately 3-5% per cent of the book market, e-books are expected to amass popularity (and sales) over the next fifteen years ultimately accounting for somewhere between 20-50% of all books sold. The projective figure of 20-50% … Continue reading

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