Friday, August 6, 2010

Now Dorchester Publishing

What a week this has been in the world of printed books.

First it was Barnes and Noble announcing the possible sell of their company. Here's the spill on that one: Business news.


Now, Dorchester is going digital. Signs of the times? Definitely. Here's to all those from about 10 years ago who claimed ebooks were not the wave of the future and that nothing would take the place of a real book. Yeah, right.

Read the post on Dear Author.

Wow, all of this is blowing me away. Who knew? Ummm, can I raise my hand amid all the other epubbed authors. Wonder if RWA will once again change their rules about who is published and who is not?

2 comments:

Helen Hardt said...

Wow, I just found out of about this before I got to your blog. Strange, isn't it? We're truly entering a new age of publishing.

Judith Leger said...

It's the start of a new era. And guess what? We're part of the group who started the wheel rolling or snowflake tumbling. Can we call ourselves founding authors of ebooks? :D