E-Publishing Revolution

Nicole Maharaj

In many of the news stories we hear today, we have a great amount of emphasis on the fact that E-books are becoming more and more the norm. Why wait to go to a bookstore to get books that are slowly breaking your back lugging them in bags, when you can carry a small lightweight piece of technology that allows the user to carry over a thousand books at one time. Mass-reading, who would have thought? Even bigger than that, is that Writers can now find different ways of getting their pieces of work online without the grueling task of finding either a literary agent or a publisher.

In a recent article by the The Telegraph it talks about how the publishing industry is being changed, and I know I’ve already discussed this in a previous post, but it will never become any less important as technology rises, but a…

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