Friday, April 07, 2006

Free eBooks at DPPstore!

DPPstore is committed to offering our customers all that we want when we go eShopping.

My first thought is, give me something FREE. A sort of shopping apertif to wet my appetite.

DPPstore has created a FREE section where you can download content to your heart's content. (terrible puns, my favorite)

We are working diligently on converting some of the great classics titles from Project Gutenberg to .PDF and .LIT form eBooks:

Little Women was the first of many to come. Our goal is to have 100 free titles by mid-summer.

DID I MENTION THAT THESE eBOOKS ARE FREE!!!!???!!! Happy eBook Shopping!

Monday, April 03, 2006

Our CEO Speaks ... don't they all?

This is Genene Miller Coté, our CEO. I just returned from the Colorado Independent Publishers' Association Conference where Genene gave a talk about eBooks. The crowd of authors, self-publishers and independent presses listenened with rapt attention, as Genene told us the story of the eVolution of eBooks; Where they've been, where they're going, and why every book should be available as an eBook. The crowd listened attentively, and asked many questions at the end of Genene's pitch.

This gave me the opportunity to indulge my inner geek. There was a huge screen in the exhibit hall, and a projector linked to someone's laptop. As luck would have it, the laptop belonged to Dr. Judith Briles, one of the authors featured at the DPPstore (click on the link to the right to see her featured title, "The Confidence Factor.") With that equipment available, we decided to throw together a powerpoint presentation. The presentation is a good summation of Genene's speech. To learn more about the history of eBooks:

(continue clicking your mouse to advance the slides and text)

Thanks to all of the fantastic people at the Colorado Independent Publishers' Association, this weekend's meeting was great fun, as well as function! I look forward to future opportunities to participate with CIPA, and I hope you all sell millions of your books ... Don't forget to list your eBooks in the DPPstore!