Every major player in the trade book industry is about to develop a new obsession: how must our business model change when we reach a level of ebook sales that is dynamically disruptive to the print book ecosystem? This presents a problem to all the incumbent players. Every powerful company in the print book supply chain: the big publishers, the big retailers including Amazon!
They can design them, jacket them, price them, print them, ship them hither and yon and keep track of each separate ISBN in the package, put them on shelves so customers will find them when they arrive and calculate when to take them off the shelves to send them back.
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Although there are other skills that these companies have that might port to an all-ebook or ebook-dominant world, none of these do. Growth in sales of the simplest kind of ebook — a direct lift of what is published in print — are exceeding the most aggressive predictions. The IDPF just announced that year-over-year ebook sales for August are triple what they were a year ago! I will.
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Or, I am…. That, along with the sour experience of trying to lead on ebooks and being frustrated by what was actually a self-destructive policy by Palm, may have fed their apparent disinterest in ebooks until recently.
But it was clear to everybody that the first round of ebook growth shifted power dramatically to Amazon. Nobody knows the size of the pirate ebook market. Characters get lost in the mix and you really end up not caring about them. The naming convention was cute in the first one, but is really tired in the second one. Just can't recommend even if you liked the first one. Definitely better. I like that the volumes get longer.
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Lots of tongue-in-cheek, who would of thought bunnies were WMDs? The MC gets more proficient and his patron goddess continues to mature. Even though this was longer it was a smooth reading experience. Why are sequels so hard to do.. Another great read.
eBook Review: From Hither to Yon
Not everything goes well but not everything goes poorly, just the way it should be. Great book.
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A truly worthy sequel to a great first book. And if a Curse—why, then, Who set it there?
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He's a Good Fellow, and 'twill all be well. So while the Vessels one by one were speaking, The little Moon look'd in that all were seeking: And then they jogg'd each other, "Brother! Now for the Porter's shoulders' knot a-creaking!click here
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Ah, with the Grape my fading life provide, And wash the Body whence the Life has died, And lay me, shrouded in the living Leaf, By some not unfrequented Garden-side. That ev'n buried Ashes such a snare Of Vintage shall fling up into the Air As not a True-believer passing by But shall be overtaken unaware. Indeed, indeed, Repentance oft before I swore—but was I sober when I swore? And then and then came Spring, and Rose-in-hand My thread-bare Penitence apieces tore.