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Print books on shelves in book stores or home libraries or office book shelves invite potential readers to browse and then to borrow and read and potentially to buy.
Ebooks are selfishly hoarded by the owner on his or her reading device. Want to share your favorite ebook with a friend or family member?
Not going to happen. Physical books make more meaningful gifts. Some of the most meaningful gifts I've ever received were books. These were gifts I still remember today. Reading as a kid, and even as I studied my way through college and then graduate school, I never really noticed the incredible variety of fonts that books sport--until I discovered just how few fonts that ebooks offer. Whether I'm reading a novel or memoir or how-to book, the sameness of the font scrubs away one of the unique and defining features of print books.
Part of the unconscious ritual I go through when I first open a new or used book is to see if there's a mention of the font used in the book. Very often it's an exotic-sounding name, and sometimes, the font was invented or modified just for that book.
Ebooks promote sameness with their incredibly limited font selection. This is hugely ironic given the ease with which so many other computer applications use different fonts. I have to admit I have a particular aversion to writing in my print books, and prefer to keep them in as pristine a condition as possible. Look for me to create ebooks from some of my courses and Den bootcamps in the future to rectify this problem.
Next to no marketing. I really had no idea how to market an ebook.
OK, I built a little interest with a few blog posts about the content. It was pretty minimal. So there was no big explosion of initial sales. I did not have the vaguest idea how to digitally publish an ebook. Rather than try to figure it out, I wanted to just do a PDF.
I knew how to get a designer to make me a PDF, so I did that. The world of digital publishing for the Kindle and Nook and all the other ways completely confused me. So I ignored it.
The problem is, the Kindle format is just exploding. Who knows how many sales I lost. Formatted wrong for digital.
After doing the PDF, I learned you need very specific formatting in order for a book to transfer to Kindle and other popular ebook formats. Emma Hooper.
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