TKC 363 Amy Edelman

Amy Edelman 450Founder and President of IndieReader.com
Interview starts at 11:46 and ends at 41:02
 
It’s very hard to tell a self-published book these days from one that is traditionally published.
 
News
David Pogue’s must-see Alexa demonstration and review (video) at Yahoo Tech – July 16, 2015
 
Tech Tip
Amazon page on Cloud Collections
 
Interview with Amy Edelman
“Self-publishers flourish as writers pay the tab” by Motoko Rich at The New York Times – January 27, 2009
“Books Gone Wild: The Digital Age Reshapes Literature” by Lev Grossman at Time Magazine – January 21, 2009
Still Alice by Lisa Genova
The Lace Reader by Brunonia Barry
Amanda Hocking’s books at the Kindle Store
“How Amazon Saved my Life” by Jessica Park at IndieReader – June 15, 2012
“If You Liked ‘Grey’, You’ll LOVE…” by Keri English at Indie Reader – July 15, 2015
“Television That’s Worth Dissecting” by Michiko Kakatuni at The New York Times – December 3, 2012
Fifty Shades of Grey and Grey by E. L. James
Manless in Montclair by Amy Holman Edelman
The Little Black Dress by Amy Holman Edelman
Deadly Lies by Chris Patchell
YA titles by Abbi Glines
 
Content
12 books that Jeff Bezos hopes to read
 
Next Week’s Guest
David Gaughran, blogger and author of Let’s Get Digital and Let’s Get Visible
 
Music for my podcast is from an original Thelonius Monk composition named “Well, You Needn’t.” This version is “Ra-Monk” by Eval Manigat on the “Variations in Time: A Jazz Persepctive” CD by Public Transit Recording” CD. 

 
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