Sunday, March 11, 2012

Publishers try to adjust to e-reader surge

There is a revolution going on in the way we read. Publishers are struggling to adjust their business plans survive this tsunami rush to digital formats. Print newspapers and newsweeklies are fighting for their very existence. Traditional print book publishers and their authors often have conflicting interests about which formats to release their works. I am currently considering what I want the contract for my next book to specify about e-formats. 

All of us are readers and readers have very diverse interests. Today's Nashville Tennessean has the following lead article in its business section:

Publishers try to adjust to e-reader surge | The Tennessean |

Do you use an e-reader? Why or why not?

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