Get Organized – Transitioning to Paperless Reading

Once you’ve made the leap and you’re reading e-books exclusively -- and it doesn’t take long to reach a point where you simply don’t like reading paper anymore -- it’s at this point in time you can start systematically moving yourself to 100% paperless. There are lots of advantages to making the transition: 1.  You’ll

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A Toolkit And Compass for Romanceland – Part IV

A Toolkit And Compass for Romanceland Because All The Roads Are Being Re-Built (Maybe) Assessing Books This is Part 4 of a series: Part 1: Romanceland Meltdown Part 2: Finding Books - Part 1 Part 3: Finding Books - Part 2 Part 4: Assessing Books Part 5: Contributing To Word-of-Mouth (Series based upon a guest

A Toolkit And Compass for Romanceland – Part 1

A Toolkit And Compass for Romanceland Because All The Roads Are Being Re-Built (Maybe) Romanceland Meltdown This is Part 1 of a series: Part 1: Romanceland Meltdown Part 2: Finding Books - Part 1 Part 3: Finding Books - Part 2 Part 4: Assessing Books Part 5: Contributing To Word-of-Mouth (Series based upon a guest

Do I Have to Buy Indie Books?

This is the fourth post in a series. Part 1: Are Print Publishers Really Doomed? Part 2: Are Print Books Really Doomed? Part 3: Do I HAVE To Read E-Books? Part 4: Do I Have to Buy Indie Books? _____ Even if you've braved the new frontiers and you're the proud owner of your very