Instant eBook Promotion: Try These Snappy Phrases on the Nay-Sayers

October 22, 2009 by Thad McIlroy

Having trouble convincing people to toss their Penguin paperbacks in the garbage and buy a Kindle? I know I sure am. Well Steve Jordan, the prolific author of Encephalopath, apparently a successful self-published eBook author offers, “Instant eBook Promotion: Try These Snappy Phrases on the Nay-Sayers”:

“The book of the 21st century is digital.”
“E-books are distilled writing.”
“Darwin would read e-books.”
“We need trees more than we need paper.”
“Print is static. E-books can be customized.”
“An e-book will never end up in a landfill.”
“I’ve got a roomful of books in my pocket.”
“If you can look at a computer all day, you can read an e-book.”
“E-books: The literature without the pulp.”
“You get used to… what you want to get used to.” —Jordan’s Theorem

An e-book will never end up in a landfill, but you can be sure that quite a few eBook readers will.

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