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How to sign an ebook part 5: MyWrite & BookieJar for indies on iPad

More new ebook signing technologies that are primarily directed at independent or self-published writers: MyWrite and BookieJar. MyWrite is available as a free app on iTunes for use with an iPad or iPhone.  The author enters the customer’s name and email … Continue reading

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How to sign an ebook Part 4: Nook Color

In 3 previous posts about ebook signing, I covered Kindlegraph (an easy to use, minimalist service only for the Kindle), Autography (a fully customizable service for all devices that requires reader to purchase the ebook from designated vendor), and iDoLVine … Continue reading

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How to sign an ebook: Part 3: IdolVine

(Can someone explain to me the goofy capitalization scheme in their name?) Like Autography (part 2 in this series), IdoLVine was unveiled to the public at BookExpo America in May 2011, and also pitched their business at ThrillerFest in July. … Continue reading

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How to sign an ebook: Part 2: Autography

At BookExpo America in May 2011, a couple of new ebook signing services made their debut.  Both Autography and iDoLVine (part 3 of this series) are works in progress; both are in beta form (trial versions) and are undergoing refinement.  I heard … Continue reading

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How to sign an e-book: Part 1: Kindlegraph

Electronic books are taking off like wildfire.  At ThrillerFest I heard someone say that for thrillers, ebooks already account for 50% of sales.  (Romance is also hot for ebooks; nonfiction and children’s books, not so much.)  The steadily declining price … Continue reading

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