Help me out. I’m doing a project and I need to know what are some of the current myths, thoughts, beliefs, etc… about digital/epublishing. Good. Bad. Doesn’t matter.
In your opinion, is it a waste a time? A springboard? Just a trend?
Gimme whatcha got, pretty please…. and feel free to spread the word and direct people back here. I won’t be going into detail/answering/responding Qs here at this time, but as I said, this IS for a project sooo….I need input.
I wasn’t clear… LOL…had RT on the brain. I’m actually needing this more from a writer’s standpoint. This isn’t to say things like format, price, availability aren’t important-they certainly are. But I’m working on something that basically involves what writers think of when they think of digital publishing/epublishing.
- it’s the last resort if NY has rejected you
- the books are poorly edited
- you won’t make any money…
This is the sort of thing I’m needing…again, this isn’t to say that the concerns regarding DRM, format, pricing, availability, etc aren’t important. They are, I know they are, and many writers are as frustrated about those issue as readers are, but I have to focus on one specific thing. Sorry I wasn’t clear! :o\