Innovative thinkers constantly seek creative new ways to captivate an audience and create experiences that seemed impossible before.
eBook creation is the best way to get written material out to the public, and is a definite improvement over the old-world way of publishing.
Scientists have developed an eReader that does not require batteries or any other external energy source.
Claire Armitstead, literary editor for The Guardian, recently claimed that the quality of eBooks has not kept pace with the increased demand. The writer consequently argued that ePublishers can and should do more to improve the quality of their eBook offerings.
Mark Coker, founder of Smashwords, spoke with Media Bistro, offering a number of recommendations for writers looking to take advantage of the opportunities presented by digital self-publishing.
More and more writers and ePublishing firms are heeding calls to advance the interactive eBook. This trend's most recent example may be "The Craftsman" by Julian McCrea. As The Guardian reported, this work utilizes interactive technology to create a unique reading experience for everyone who encounters the story.
One of the most recent examples of an acclaimed interactive eBook is Gorilla Highlands, which received the World Summit Award (WSA) in e-Culture and Tourism for Uganda
The eBook industry has not yet fully embraced digital art books, but this may change in the future.
IStoryTime now offers a Netflix-like service focused on both the interactive eBook format and titles aimed at young readers.
The Apple iPhone will likely soon support the interactive eBook format, a number of industry experts have concluded.