Ebook or print for nonfiction? Share your opinion and win a copy of my book

April 26th, 2012 → 2:52 pm @

 

My publisher (Media Angels) tells me that the paperback version of Business Tips and Taxes for Writers is selling better than the ebook version, much to her surprise.

 

So she is asking: Which do you prefer for a nonfiction title that you plan to use a a reference, paperback or ebook?

 

Enter your opinion here and you may win a copy of my book, Business Tips and Taxes for Writers.

 

My opinion is that if the ebook is short enough (under 100 pages), I’ll read it on my  Kindle Fire. I do enjoy reading  fiction on my Kindle. For long nonfiction, I like to mark in it, highlight passages, and bookmark with post it notes, so I’ll buy paperback. Recent example: I’m reading In the Company of Cheerful Ladies by Alexander McCall Smith on my Kindle Fire, but I bought a paperback version of Mom Blogging for Dummies.

 


2 Comments → “Ebook or print for nonfiction? Share your opinion and win a copy of my book”


  1. Tamara McCanty

    7 years ago

    I prefer print- I like to tab and mark up books, especially reference books. I still find it takes longer to find pages I want on my I-Pad.


  2. Joyce Heiser

    7 years ago

    Print. My books are highlighted with my personal two color-coding
    system.