E-Books & Self-Journalism Roundup, November 21, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    November 21, 2013

    1. E-books an increasingly popular holiday gift (Jeremy Greenfield / Forbes)

    2. “Self-publishing my nonfiction as e-books makes sense” (Anthony Howard / Guardian)

    3. Almost 50 percent of parents intend to buy e-reading devices for kids this season (J. Alison Bryant / Digital Book World)


    4. Sixteen to twenty-four year-olds say e-books are too expensive (BookTrade)

    5. McDonalds promotes e-book reading among kids with new partnership (Sovan Mandal / Good E-Reader)



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