Your eyes glaze over as book titles flash by, like a slideshow of vacation pictures you’ve seen a dozen times.
You pause, realize you’re past the stage of longing for that white sandy beach and conjure images of your next adventure. But you’re not standing in a room full of pages of printed bliss, people aloof in comfy chairs. There are no sounds of muffled turning pages or tables strewn with empty coffee cups; you’re online browsing your favorite book retailer. While e-books have yet to replace the joy of finding a paperback in a bookstore, 12 new books are added every hour on Amazon. With stiff competition, here is a guide to learn what NOT to do when publishing an e-book.
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