elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,
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Elisa Rolle is the world’s foremost eBook reviewer

No, I'm not crazy, it's a sentence I found through a Google Alert. Of course I thought, well, this is an author I reviewed and that was happy with my review... but nope, this is not an author I know and by the way, this is not even a LGBT website (http://writersotj.wordpress.com/2010/11/15/473/). This is a woman who went to a conference in San Francisco, "All About eBooks Symposium" and she came back with some highlights:

o Ebook sales have increased in sales 151% since January 2010.
o Reading is accomplished more and more through PCs, smart phones, and iPads.
o Within five years eBooks will overtake printed books.
o EBooks can be published inexpensively on web sites such as Smashwords.
o SEO – Search Engine Optimization – big buzzword – can be accomplished for you by informalracket.com.
o Kindle was the harbinger of eBooks.
o Elisa Rolle is the world’s foremost eBook reviewer. Get a good eBook review from her and you are golden.
o Technology in the eBooks area is changing so fast even the people in the industry cannot keep up.
o Do everything you can to be seen and heard everywhere including internet radio programs.

Of course I went to browse about this conference, I wanted to know what it was about and who spoke on it. I think the most probable candidate is Jay Hartman, of Untreed Reads: he is indead both a Rainbow Awards judge than a publisher of a short story I read, so maybe his judgment is biased ;-) but he spoke about me in a conference sponsored by the San Francisco Writers University (http://www.allaboutebooks.us/), I think that is a big compliment, thank you Jay.
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