Amazon’s Kindle is the king of the hill for publishing. This is a fact of life for all self-publishers looking to capitalize off of the e-publishing revolution.
Part of my self-publishing strategy is to use my strength of speaking to produce content. Amazon has a subsidiary known as Audible.com for its audiobooks, and my longer form content will soon find a home there.
I determined that iTunes would be an interesting approach to take simply for the fact that it allows me sell “chapters” as downloads for sale.
Musicians have long dealt with the slow dissection of the album into a collection of singles. Is the time now for the book industry to suffer the same fate?
Let me know via the comments what you think of the Books on iTunes approach.