Ripped mercilessly off their shelves, books congregate by color. Homesickness sets in as they wait for their turn with the camera.
Last week when the hubby came home from work, a mess of books sprawled across the dining table. He asked; I explained:
When I quit my semi-traditional salaried job last month, I decided to dive headfirst into freelancing. I bought a domain. I shot pictures for the website’s headers–discovering that that green books have too many tones to match well, but blue and red are nicely uniform. Superfluities aside, Continue reading
About five years ago I looked at the future of publishing and felt … deeply worried. The rise in the sale of e-readers heralded both opportunities and concerns. You see, there aren’t a lot of avid readers in the world. About 40 percent of the people in the US won’t read a book this year—or…
Why I’m no Long Cautiously Optimistic about the Future of Publishing