We every one have skills, whether they be work-related skills like construction or welding; or managerial skills like working in or running an office; or sales or public relations skills like working in a shop or the front desk of an office. There are also other skills or experiences like parenting or having learned how to cope with a serious illness, whether it be your own or someone else’s.
Ebooks are starting to come of age. It is now becoming a more practical option to sell your knowledge or niche book on line than it is to sell it through a traditional publisher. There are on line publishers like Amazon that will upload your ebook, help you market it, deliver it to your customers, track sales, take payments and pay you the balance.
Everybody knows about the difficulty with the production of greenhouse gases and the destruction of the rain forests. We all know of the stress that over-population puts on the environment and we all know that we are trying to do our bit by recycling. The differences of outlook usually come down to degree. In short, we all know that it is happening, but we do not all agree how bad it has become yet.
Writing is a skill and, like most skills, it can be learned or at least you can vastly improve the writing ability that you have (and everyone has some writing aptitude). You can most easily improve your writing skills by writing. You could supplement that practice by reading and you could go a stage further by studying some grammar. There are also writers’ groups or workshops you could attend.
Ebooks or electronic books are getting more and more well-liked in comparison with normal paper books every month. In 2010, Amazon sold more ebooks than traditional books for the first time ever. It is likely that this tendency will continue, because ebooks are much cheaper than printed books. Not only that but it is easier to download a book in moments than go to a book stare.