Saturday, January 17, 2009

Writing: benefits of e-publishing; authors reading

-- Quote of the Day --

“…as long as an e-book is selling fairly well, I will go back once a year and review it. I also have a proofreader and bless her heart she has seen a lot of stuff. I will update a book once a year and send it to her… we try to weed out the old links that are no longer operating and put in the new material that we found about once a year in our e-books.”
~ Hope Clark 06/05/08

During this interview with Hope Clark on the Conscious Discussions talk radio show on funds for writers, Hope mentioned one of the main benefits of today's electronic publishing is that the author has much more control on the material - the ability to keep the information updated. To find this interview, simply click on the hyper-linked show title here in today's post or look to the right for a link to the
Conscious Discussions talk radio show. * Hope Clark's interview aired on June 5, 2008.

-- Authors Read --

Interestingly I’ve been getting a lot of guest query applications and wonderful comments from listeners via social networking sites, especially in the later part of 2008 - and today’s guest is a prime example of this. I first heard from Carl back in the summer of 2008 via his query through Facebook.

Carl David is the author of a wonderful book, Bader Field, which is published by Nightengale Press. Carl tells me that Bader Field is a memoir about his father, Samuel David, a legendary art dealer, who passed on way too soon. The story unfolds as the third generation in the family business struggle to regain stability in a very difficult economy while giving our mother the will to live. There is a wonderful blend of art, love, tragedy and spiritual offering in this compelling story.

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