I love Randy’s writing. He is my favorite writing teacher for fiction. He invented something he called, “The Snowflake Method,” and even has software to back it up. It matches my structured approach to non-fiction.
I found his recent thoughts on the future of publishing on his blog. I agree with all of them, and many pertain to non-fiction as well as to fiction. Here’s a teaser and a link:
The Future of Publishing
The world of publishing is currently going through massive turmoil. Some people believe that the rise of e-books is going to be the biggest single change in publishing since Gutenberg’s invention of movable type.
I’m not a prophet nor a seer nor clairvoyant. But I do have my eyes open, and in this column, I give you my best predictions for the coming years. They may be right. They may be wrong. Either way, one thing seems certain: Huge changes are coming.
I offer these predictions to suggest ways you might plan for your future. I’m using them to plan for mine.
Prediction #1: E-books Will Surpass P-books Soon
I define a “p-book” to be a book printed on paper. Click here for more