Now isn’t this a pleasant surprise – the merger of Draft2Digital and Smashwords. I don’t know about you, but I like it! I’ve been a big Smashwords fan, mostly because of it’s founder, Mark Coker, and some of the handy tools Smashwords has – of note: the ability to offer a coupon code for ebooks when you want to have a quick sale or if you want to give someone an ebook for free.
But I know D2D has a lot to offer, and it too seems like a company (like Smashwords) that really does want to help the indie author. I hadn’t heard that D2D was working on POD (print on demand) so I’ll be watching that carefully. More competition is always good, in my opinion.
If you have your book with either of these companies and want more details, click the link below. If you haven’t used Smashwords or D2D, now is the time!
We’re betting that’s a headline you never expected to see, and we’re already anticipating the chatter this will cause in the indie author community! We know this is going to feel a bit unexpected and out of the blue, but we’re very excited to make this announcement, and even more excited about what this means […]