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Ebooks Suck Is An Amazon Best Seller, Darren L Johnson Contributes
Often the challenges to conceptualizing, developing, and promoting an ebook are many. Ebooks Suck offers solutions to those who are seeking ways to share their work(s) with the world, through ebooks. One of the...
By: Letting Go Cafe / Business
The list of fears, concerns, and barriers to publishing e-books goes on and on. One of the challenges for some authors, writers, musicians, and other creative people who want to publish their great work through ebooks is – the overall process. Often the challenges to conceptualizing, developing, and promoting an ebook are many. Ebooks Suck offers solutions to those who are seeking ways to share their work(s) with the world, through ebooks. One of the contributing authors to Ebooks Suck is the nation’s leading expert for letting go of stuff, Darren L Johnson. He is also founder of the Letting Go Café (http://LettingGoCafe.com)
Released the last week of March 2013, Ebooks Suck is the brainchild of Jennie Mustafa-Julock and Annie Passanisi. The e-book project was a massive undertaking that includes the writing contributions from 41 well-known creative entrepreneurial professionals. Ebooks Suck purports to be the most comprehensive guide to e-book conception, creation, and promotion. According to Passanisi, "We set out to make a 15 person book, and we made a 41 person bestseller. To our hivemind, this proves what we had always suspected. Collaboration attracts the best possible people and value wins out every time."
On the day of its release Ebooks Suck became an Amazon best seller in the e-book Kindle categories of publishing & books and entrepreneurship. Johnson’s contributing article to Ebooks Suck is titled, “Balance Your Giving and Getting.”
The LettingGoCafe.com (http://LettingGoCafe.com) is an online resource that offers solutions for letting go in a complicated world. Its founder, Darren L Johnson, is an organization development consultant, author, and life guide. Media contact: 505-340-3711