A short blog on shopping for an iPad, ended up looking at laptops, and ultimately decided to wait for the tablet. http://www.agstorm.net/6/post/2013/01/another-reason-to-own-a-mac.html
Not long ago I had several friends ask me why I set the price of my e-book for only $0.99? They told me I should have charged more because it’s a good book, and I should make more profit from it. I agreed with what they were saying, and I didn’t agree. When I looked at the size of my book (the number of words and the page count when it was finished), I honestly didn’t think it should be priced at a higher cost. I felt then as I do now that $0.99 was a fair price to ask. Of course, I looked at some of the other books on Tagalog, and did a little price comparison before hand, but when I looked at the number of pages in my book I just didn’t think it was necessary to go for the big kill… visit the web page to read more.http://www.agstorm.net/6/post/2012/12/e-books-a-conscientious-decision.html
This has been, but no longer, a bit of a perplexing question for me. On the one hand I like the good old fashioned paper book version, while; on the other hand, I really like my digital books. As a society we still seem to be holding onto the days of the past when the Industrial Revolution completely redefined our world. Many people today are still clinging to that industrial mindset, and only slowly are they entering the 21st century, and even then they are kicking and dragging their feet. For example, many people prefer a paper book in their hands and don’t own an ereader device (yet). While others, such as myself, jumped on the technology bandwagon as soon as it hit the streets, and use an ereader or computer for reading digital books. I have to admit I love the smell of a new book, the feel of it in my hands, the texture of the paper, and the sound of flipping those pages; however, with the sweet comes the sour… Visit the website to read more.http://www.agstorm.net/6/post/2012/12/ebook-vs-the-paper-book.html
A first draft excerpt from an upcoming book. Comments welcomed.
The sun was beginning to rise painfully slow over the city’s brick and mortar buildings and weather beaten docks; and its penetrating rays of welcomed warmth were felt on the wet and chilled faces of everyone. It rained viciously hard for hours during the dark moonless night, and the little grassy field, along with all its occupants were soaked… http://www.agstorm.net
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