So what happens when authors start having to account for these new revenue strategies? My best guess: multiple versions of the story — B&N gets copies of my book where Andrea uses a Nook; on Amazon, she has a Kindle; on iBooks, she has an iPad. Copies being sold through Amazon have her using an Oster blender; copies sold through Apple have a Hamilton Beach unit; if the book should show up in Nordstrom’s, maybe it’s a Cuisinart. To hell with artistic integrity — if I want to sell my book to the most people possible, I have to change the character so she uses the right products to fit the market where I’m hoping the book will be sold.
- The fireworks have already started and Sunny is not pleased. We don't have a thundershirt, but maybe wrapping her in a blanket will help. #dogsofinstagram #pitbullmixesofinstagram #saynotofireworksShe's just happy to be included instead of being left at home. #dogsofinstagram #pitbullmixesofinstagramIt certainly doesn't look like I slept a full eight hours.It is not necessary to comment on the fact that I am smiling in this photo. That is all.My portrait mode donut looks like a rock. Or a shaved tribble.They wanted us to decorate our doors with our favorite holiday movies. Someone already had Die Hard, but this one definitely takes place around the holidays. #batmanreturns