Now you have no excuse not to read on the subway.
"Making a living writing books has changed dramatically."
It's the greatest time in history to be a writer. There are more ways to get published than ever before. While it's great to have so many options, it's also confusing. But when you break these many different ways down, they sort themselves out into just three primary paths.
Acclaimed journalist Holly Millea joins HuffPost Live to discuss her new book, as well as draw some parallels between the political climate of today and at the time of JFK's assassination.
We need more and more information. We have an insatiable urge for fantasy, and its possibilities. And we want it in a new garb. Books today have turned the casualty, as a result of this. Why did libraries lose charm, when we still have our reading habits intact?
Like many of our employees, Sheba Achieng Otieno had little computer experience before she joined DDD. Having grown up in the Mukuru slum, Sheba learned about DDD from a friend. Despite hesitations about her lack of experience, she worked hard to improve her typing speed and accuracy. In May 2012, she was hired to start performing data entry work. Just a few months later, she was navigating a range of software, diligently meeting deadlines, and communicating confidently with her colleagues. Sheba is on her way to fulfilling her dream.
Fortunately, existing mobile technology in developing nations offers these countries the opportunity to 'leapfrog' the development of library infrastructure that could take decades, and reach users directly with e-books and other content.
"Then look on the nightstand," Bauer said. "I think I carved my initials there." Politico's second release came out two months
My e-book on investing now regularly gets more downloads than books by Warren Buffett, George Soros and Peter Lynch. Here are three things that I learned in the process of getting it there.
Writing does require quite a lot of time and effort and expertise, of course, but it's foolish to think such costs could be passed on to customers. In this digital age, we're told that information should be free.
The former Perry fundraiser, who left the campaign in October, recounted Perry later laughing with top adviser Dave Carney
The RCP book and the new shots at Callista Gingrich come as her husband is rising in the polls and is increasingly spoken
Brown hopes future innovations will include kitchen tools that connect wirelessly to tablet computers, allowing the recipes
Does an Author Really Need a Website? The Book Doctors Interview Annik LaFarge on How to Be a More Effective Author Online
Annik LeFarge knows what she's talking about, so we asked her to share with us the benefits of author websites. She also shared with us her 10 ½ tips for being a more effective author online.
Longstanding barriers between authors and readers -- barriers of technology, finance, and distribution -- are crumbling faster than news stories can report.
Amazon.com said Monday that it would give magazine and newspaper publishers more of the revenue that it collects from the
It's not yet out, but on Wall Street, the announcement was greeted with a yawn. Meanwhile critics have already been generally
Not to be upstaged by the Nook Color, Amazon revealed that James Patterson is the second novelist to sell more than one million
The idea is that you can "read, watch, and listen to an e-book at the the same time," in the parlance of Penguin's marketing