Resist the urge, folks. Don't get that random coffee table book that you would never buy except for the fact that it is the holidays , Grandpa Fred said he likes architecture so he would love the "365 Days of Bricks" book. Your sister is still a vegetarian so of course she would love "365 Days of Tofu." No. She wouldn't. Same goes for giving one of those teeny check out counter books. "Hipster Tweets." Get literature. Bold, daring, offbeat literature. Heck, get Grandma "Fifty Shades of Grey" if you must but make it a real book. But what she really wants is a copy of "Room Four." You knew that, right? Happy Holidays.
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Now that's interesting. An experienced agent taking the plunge into ebooks and willing to take on work of varied length. To my readers who don't live and die by publishing mantras....70,000 words is the magic number that makes a novel. 30,000 words lands you in nebulous novella territory and 100,000 plus puts you in "paper is expensive don't you know" epic territory. But in the ebook realm, pixels are the great equalizer. I think this compnay is one to watch.
ER doc, army doc, busy mom, dog walker, author of ROOM FOUR, working on a sequel and an unrelated screenplay...