Q/A with Michael Dahan – Bookeen CEO

I had the chance to ask a few questions to Michael Dahan, co-founder and Bookeen CEO. For the French version, click here. Can you introduce yourself and present Bookeen? M.D: Michael Dahan, CEO and Co-founder of Bookeen. At first, Bookeen was only an e-reader because we knew the whole chain, and it was something that we could … Continue reading Q/A with Michael Dahan – Bookeen CEO

Questions/Réponses avec Michael Dahan – PDG de Bookeen

English is version is available here. J'ai eu la chance de pouvoir poser quelques questions à Michael Dahan, PDG de Bookeen. Cet article sera aussi disponible en anglais prochainement. Les images sont la propriété de Bookeen. Pouvez-vous vous présenter et présenter Bookeen ? M.D: Michael Dahan, PDG et Co-fondateur de Bookeen. Bookeen avant n'était que … Continue reading Questions/Réponses avec Michael Dahan – PDG de Bookeen

Review : Visme – a tool for presentations, infographics & more

Thanks to the great Visme team, I got a chance to test the Complete Plan(for free). The plan includes many templates (I may need more time to try all of them) & features. So, here is my review and a few tips for you.   Visme : the new kid to watch Some weeks ago, … Continue reading Review : Visme – a tool for presentations, infographics & more

Tools To Use To Showcase Your Book

With the growing popularity of social media, presentation tools, and much more, what's the best way for you to show your book to the world?   Why ? Because sometimes as writers we need to take the plunge and to speak aloud about our book. A presentation may be a good idea to attract new … Continue reading Tools To Use To Showcase Your Book

Podcast: My Recorded Talk at the Oxford Brookes University – Using Twitter To Promote Your (e)Book

It may help someone, so I'm sharing it.  Here is the recording of my talk at the Oxford Brookes University. It was on 8th March 2017 and It was very nice to be invited there. I was invited by Chris Jennings, you may want to have a look at what he works on if you … Continue reading Podcast: My Recorded Talk at the Oxford Brookes University – Using Twitter To Promote Your (e)Book

The Stephen King Scale Of Fame: A Reflection On Fame

FAME : the state of being known or recognised by many people because of your achievements, skills, etc... From the Cambridge Dictionary The following is a personal reflection on fame (in writing), you may disagree, but enjoy. In writing, fame is a big word. But what is fame? We already spoke about selling ebooks and … Continue reading The Stephen King Scale Of Fame: A Reflection On Fame

Building an author brand

When browsing Internet and looking around, we often hear about branding, brand awareness etc... With more than 300 pages of free Ebooks on Amazon, many more on Twitter or so, how do you get noticed? What makes you different? Those questions are the same as someone developing a brand. Let`s take clothing as an example. … Continue reading Building an author brand

Authors! You should have a website!

In 2017, having a website is easy, here is why as an author you should have one.     Your readers want to know you One of the best reason to create a website is because of your readers. They may want to know who you are. Maybe you have a Twitter account or an … Continue reading Authors! You should have a website!

Creating an Outstanding eBook cover on a budget and with few design skills

Never judge a book by its cover... But remember when I was counting free eBooks? Can you stand out? Your cover is part of your signature. If you want your eBook to get noticed, you need a good cover. Don`t get me wrong, your story is important but the cover is the first thing the … Continue reading Creating an Outstanding eBook cover on a budget and with few design skills

Pricing your eBook: a challenging reflection

 Pricing your first or next eBook can be challenging. Here is my reflection concerning eBook pricing to help you save some time.   We were used to Paperback or Hardback books. Thanks to eBooks, we can now transport 500 pages (or more) books without any efforts and for less money. On April 2012 Cnet  (cut … Continue reading Pricing your eBook: a challenging reflection