How to get your e-book published: an insider's guide to the world of electronic publishing

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Writer's Digest Books, 2002 - Computers - 278 pages
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Electronic book publishing is booming, a trend that fascinates and frightens most writers. Richard Curtis, author, agent, e-rights guru and e-publisher, both allays writers' fears and gives them the guidance they need to conquer this exciting new marketplace. They'll find information on: * the basics of how an e-book works * E-book security methods * Ethics and copyright issues * E-readers, such as handheld computers and Rocket Books * Print-on-demand books * Agents, marketing and promotion Curtis also explores the process of e-publication, helping readers decide if they should seek an e-publisher or e-publish their own work. This book is the most authoritative, step-by-step guide of any book in the marketplace--packed with the information any writer can use to navigate the dark waters of this mysterious new technology. Richard Curtis is the owner of Richard Curtis Associates, Inc., a leading New York literary agency. He is the author of a number of books on writing and publishing. In 1998 he formed E-Rights/E-Reads, Ltd., an online publisher, retailer and electronic rights clearing house. Curtis is a recognized e-publishing expert, author's rights advocate and speaker at seminars and conferences nationwide. He lives in New York City.

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Richard Curtis's other scripts include "The Tall Guy, Blackadder, "and "Mr. Bean. "He lives in England.

Quick is a futurist, a science fiction author of more than 30 books, a screenwriter and the owner of Iceberg, SOHO Systems, a small business network consulting firm.

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