So more and more eBooks are selling and brick and morter are becoming the thing of the past--like good customer service.
Call me old fashioned, but the more we're pushed to electronic craze, the more I resist and want to hold onto the feel of cold paper in my hands! According to a vote I set up on my blog, more people chose a hardcopy book compared to the eBook--but sales are pitching for the e's!
Am I missing something?
Will libraries become the thing of the past? Where will kids go to check out their colorful picture books? I can't imagine little kids being too careful with a send-home e-reader!
I hear how authors are worried about about book signings. Is it possible to still retain the old ways of bookdom and hold book signings?
Here's what I stumbled across at the New York Times:
"And that’s only going to become more common. By 2015, sales of eBooks in the United States are expected to triple to nearly $3 billion, according to Forrester Research. But the sea change has created a dilemma: what, then, do authors autograph at book signings?"
After reading this article, how do you feel about your photograph taken with your fans as your "autograph"?
One thing is for sure . . . times are certainly changing!
What is your view on eBooks v. printed books?