5 Key Takeaways for Authors From Digital Book World
Posted by Jane Friedman
For those of you who don’t know who Jane Friedman is:
“THE QUICK PROFESSIONAL TAKE
As the former publisher and editorial director of Writer’s Digest, Jane Friedman is an industry authority on commercial, literary, and emerging forms of publishing.
Jane currently serves as a visiting professor of e-media at the University of Cincinnati, and is a contributing editor to Writer’s Digest.
Since 2008, she’s offered advice for writers at her award-winning blog, There Are No Rules, which receives 55,000 visits every month. She is the author of The Future of Publishing: Enigma Variations (April 1, 2011), as well as the Beginning Writer’s Answer Book (Writer’s Digest, 2006).”
Jane Friedman posted the following on her blog.
“Last week, on the heels of the Writer’s Digest Conference, more than 1,000 publishing professionals gathered for Digital Book World to discuss the challenges of transitioning a very traditional business into the digital age.
While I didn’t attend the show this year (had to teach!), I’ve read a considerable number of live blogs and write-ups. Here are a few takeaways that I found especially important for writers & authors.” Click on the link below to read Jane’s takeaways:
- New ebook by Jane Friedman – The Future of Publishing: Enigma Variations (teleread.com)
- What are you writing for? (darcknyt.wordpress.com)
- Creative Reflection (swoolard79.wordpress.com)