Tag Archives: On Amazon

State of the Press: August 2014

TweetWe send out periodic updates to our authors about what’s new at Ashland Creek Press, and because we have a lot going on this year, I wanted to share some of this news from our State of the Press Address. First of … Continue reading

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How many books must one sell to become an Amazon bestseller?

TweetI used to think that to become a bestselling author you needed to sell millions of books. And while millions of books will certainly get you on the bestselling list, it turns out you could sell far fewer copies and still … Continue reading

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An interview with Among Animals contributor Rosalie Loewen

TweetAn interview with Among Animals contributor Rosalie Loewen (“The Boto’s Child”) Q: What inspired “The Boto’s Child”? A: I wrote this story when my first child was still very young. For me parenting is joyful and rewarding but also frightening … Continue reading

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Would you like an e-book to go with your print book?

TweetI can’t say I’ve ever purchased both a print and digital version of the same book. But I’ve certainly heard from people who have — and have long yearned for the day when you could get digital and print books … Continue reading

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Amazon updates web design to make books more “interactive”

TweetI believe Amazon is slowly rolling this design out (or still just testing it) so you might not see this yet. I’ve attached a screen shot of Amazon’s new design from our book The Names of Things: First off, the … Continue reading

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