Friends on facebook tell me that they love the convenience of electronic books so much that they are actually reading more books than ever. Reading and rejecting more, too! With so many varieties out there to choose from, and the borrowing of books electronically made so easy and cost effective, people are not hesitating to pick up on lesser known authors. Want proof? Just last month, according to The Guardian.co, four self-published authors were on the New York Times ebook best seller list. Yes, “The Times” has an ebook best seller category and Colleen Hoover’s book “Slammed” was in eighth place, therefore ahead of none other than the successful, big publishing house author James Patterson who also has an ebook on the New York Times ebook best seller list.
Isn’t that exciting? I believe it should excite each and every one of you self-publishers as it does excite me who is also in the same category.
As an aside, today I waited 30 minutes at the bank for service. Last week I waited in a dentist office. There was a wait for my oil change as well as for Sunday brunch. All this waiting got me busy thinking, and I thought that it sure would be nice to read a book and so I whipped out my iPhone, because that is where I keep my Kindle (an app) cleverly disguised, and I read some more of my delicious book with each wait.
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