Friday e-book links

I don’t have a whole lot of time tonight, so here are some e-book links in lieu of a proper post:

Yet another established author is leaving traditional publishing behind in favour of indie publishing. This time it’s historical romance writer Connie Brockmann. She explains her reasons here.

Meanwhile, Amanda Hocking explains her reasons for choosing the traditional publishing route for her next series. What I really like about Amanda Hocking is how sensible she seems and how she refuses to be turned into a postergirl for one publishing model or another.

Dean Wesley Smith weighs in on Amanda Hocking’s decision and her reasons and discusses paying for external services with Joe Konrath and Barry Eisler.

ETA: The name of the historical romance writer gone indie is of course Connie Brockway, as Estara points out in the comments.

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2 Responses to Friday e-book links

  1. Estara says:

    The pedantic part of my nature compels me to point out that the name of that author is Connie Brockway ^^ – she’s been more of a miss than a hit with me, but one of her novels – My Dearest Enemy – is on my keeper shelf.

    • Cora says:

      Oops, my bad. I must have somehow gotten her mixed up with Suzanne Brockmann, though they write completely different books.

      I don’t read many historicals, so I’ve never read Connie Brockway. Still, it’s great for her that she finally gets to write the books she wants.

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