Now that you’ve received you new e-reader device as a gift this holiday – Kindle, Nook, or iPad, etc. – I’m sure you are eager to fill it with great content, including photography books. But first be aware that sometimes these devices are not ideal for viewing image-dependent books such as most photography books. As […]
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I just learned over on the Nikon Rumors website that there is an app for downloading and viewing your Nikon camera manual on your iPad or iPhone. The app, called Nikon Manual Viewer, can be downloaded for free. Once you have downloaded the manual, you can then view it offline at anytime. It does not […]
Online and PDF versions of this press release available here: http://www.dojoklo.com/writing/PressReleases/2011-09-29-Press_Release.htm Full Stop Publishing good writing for better photography www.dojoklo.com/Full_Stop PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Douglas Klostermann E Mail – firstname.lastname@example.org Independent E-Book Publishing Company Celebrates Successful First Year Independent E-Book Publisher Takes Advantage of Newly Leveled Playing Field to Successfully Compete with Traditional […]
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 – […]