From the Blogs: eBook vs Print – Should I or Shouldn’t I?


 

photo credit: Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com via photopin cc Like a lot of people I read both ebooks and print books. Print books were my first love and I still like the feel of a page. Print books are for leisure and enjoyment. eBooks have a different purpose…convenience and getting things done like reviews and reading on the go.

As authors there are a lot of questions as to whether you should publish an ebook or print novel; pricing, convenience, which has a better chance of selling, enjoyment.

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The top reasons for choosing a printed book over an eBook (I love infographics.)

The Advantages of eBooks Versus Traditional Books It’s only fair to give print books equal time 10 Reasons Real Books Are Better Than E-books

Is eBook distribution enough? Why selling hard copies of your novel matters

 A Mixed Blessing in Slowing E-book Sales

What Will You Do When Your eBook Sales Slow Down

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