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10 Reading Revolutions Before E-Books from @TheAtlantic

An inspired article in the Atlantic by Tim Carmody from last year that I wanted to share here with authors: “10 Reading Revolutions Before E-Books“. It’s an entertaining and insightful roundup of reading revolutions. Here’s a pic from the article, a student reading microfilm in the 1970s, an image from the London School of Economics library archives.

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Roundup of good advice: digital strategy for authors

This is a regular feature of links to helpful content on digital strategy for published authors, and other items of interest like interviews with other authors and book industry news.

  • When is it optimal to post something on Facebook and Twitter? What’s the best day, the best time of day? A recent article by Sherilynn “Cheri” Macale, the West Coast Co-Editor for The Next Web, breaks down a recent study by award-winning social media scientist, Dan Zarella. The details may seem a little daunting for authors relatively new to these social channels, but there are helpful insights that are worth ingesting, and also a list of some helpful tools for queuing up and scheduling posts to go out on these social media channels.  For Facebook timing, here are some key takeaways. Continue reading

Roundup of good advice: digital strategy for authors

This is a regular feature of links to helpful content on digital strategy for published authors, and other items of interest like interviews with other authors and book industry news.

Greg Olear

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