The E-book Handbook: A Publisher's Guide to Successful Digital Publishing. I did the entire thing start to finish in about ten days, writing ten or twelve hours a day. It's currently available free as a PDF and e-book, while we're aiming to have a print version (not free) out shortly.
I've also been blogging a lot about digital books and digital publishing over at the web site for a company I'm starting up, GC Digitype. If you're into e-books, as a publisher, author or self-publisher, take a look. I'm covering the whole spectrum, from production to distribution and pricing.
On a lighter note, I've also got my comics blog, No Capes, No Spandex, where I extol the virtues of comics that aren't about superheroes. That also went into hibernation for a while, but I've kicked that into life again with a piece this week on spy stories: Jane from the classic era, and the more modern Queen and Country.
I've also been writing short reviews of nearly every book I read over on Goodreads. It's quite satisfying seeing how much I get through, and realizing the variety in my reading.
|Paper hot rod|
Go take a look - maybe you'll find something there to amuse you. I'll probably be back to blogging again when the election is over. (It's probably best if I stay off the topic of American politics. Actually, it's probably best if most people stay off that topic, especially the politicians. Ahem. Moving right along.)
Now I'm going to go back to making cardboard models and reading ancient Chinese literature. I'll see you all after I get back from the mystery trip Anna's arranged for my birthday.
|Italian palazzo made from paper.|