My two latest photography e-book guides, Canon 7D Experience and Ten Steps to Better dSLR Photography are both “Hot New Releases” in the Amazon Kindle Photography Equipment category! Of course, I’m always second fiddle to Bryan Peterson… Each of these guides can help you to learn more about the functions, settings, and features of your […]
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It was recently announced that the Harry Potter books will finally be made available in e-book versions, and offered in an arrangement with Google Books. While this option will provide e-book formats for virtually every e-reader out there, I find this choice for the e-book platform incredibly disappointing due to Google’s unfavorable treatment of all […]
I came across an e-book service that promises to distribute your e-book to 25 stores, all for a reasonable price of under $50. While that is a great price for that service due to the time and careful effort that must be put into the process of uploading and entering information to several sites, you […]
My latest e-book, The E-Book Handbook, is now available! The E-Book Handbook – A Thoroughly Practical Guide to Formatting, Publishing, Marketing, and Selling Your E-Book is a comprehensive guide that will help you create, publish, and market your own e-book, and sell it online through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Apple iTunes and iBooks – […]
Amazon has released a list of the most well-read cities in America, based on the data they have compiled from book, magazine, newspaper, and e-book sales. And it only seems appropriate that my e-book empire is headquartered in the number one well-read city: Cambridge, MA! Here is a preview of the list: Cambridge, Mass. Alexandria, […]
Buy a Nikon dSLR including the D5100, D7000 or D3100, with one of the selected lenses, and save up to $250 on the purchase! Here is a page on Amazon with the complete instructions. It involves putting both items in your cart – camera and lens – and then using the proper coupon code: Instant […]
The Ucayali River, somewhere between Pucallpa and Iquitos. I once visited Istanbul, reaching it by ship, and realized that was by far the best way to enter the city. One slowly floats past the bustling city, with exotic minarets poking up from the skyline, and then disembarks in the manner travelers had for centuries. The city of […]