K is for Kindles, Keurigs, and Keywords, by Nikki Tetreault
Kindles, Keurigs, and Keywords: The things that make a marketer in publishing go round. What does marketing at a publishing house look like? For me, it’s pretty much Kindles, Keurigs, and keywords, three things that my day-to-day revolve around. They fuel my workweek, my conversations, and how I campaign. My livelihood and the livelihood of […]
Kindle or Kindling: A Song of Ice and Fire Changes the Game, by Holly Reynolds
Our series of the e-book vs. real book debate continues with a train of thought I had a few months ago, while staying up late reading A Game of Thrones, Book One of A Song of Ice and Fire. A little background first: this is not my first attempt at starting the dauntingly lengthy series, […]
Kindle or Kindling: Kindle has augmented my reading for the better, by Natalie Schermer
Let me start this post by saying that, like Holly, who wrote the introduction to this series, I, too, have always considered myself to be a book purist. I own over a thousand physical titles (yes, I know I have a problem) and occasionally I’ll rearrange them when I get tired of the current organization. […]
Kindle or Kindling: My Love Affair With Digital Books, by Clare Dugmore
My love affair with digital books began in May 2012, when I bought the final installment in Michael Scott’s The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel series, The Enchantress. Shocked and disappointed that I couldn’t find the book at my local shopping center – which is home to over 250 shops, a cinema, a food […]
Kindle or Kindling: An Introduction, by Holly Reynolds
Last summer, my roommate got a Kindle Fire HD for her birthday, and needless to say, I was simultaneously horrified and intrigued. Disclaimer: I’m a book person. I browse used bookstores whenever it’s physically possible, which ends up being roughly three times a week. I like being around books. I can’t really explain it, but […]