Downloading creative writing publications as e-books

Anthony Haynes writes: In a previous post I outlined five ways in which our readers can acquire or access our publications. These include ways of acquiring them in e-book format. One such way, explained in the post on 31 January 2012, is to read digital books ‘on the cloud’ (i.e. without downloading them).

The more conventional means of acquiring e-books is of course to purchase them. We supply e-book retailers around the world – further information is provided, with links, on our How to buy page.

Here we feature one of our favourite e-book retailers, namely FirstyFish. There are many attractive aspects to FirstyFish. As part of the FirstyWork group, it provides e-book conversion and app creation services; it’s prepared to work with authors; and the site provides helpful information – for example, on e-readers.

Most importantly, from our point of view, the store site is straightforward, pleasantly uncluttered in its design, and easy to use.

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About Anthony Haynes

Director, Frontinus Ltd Communications Associate, FJWilson Talent Services

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