The resources I mentioned in my Digital Publishing talk at Origins

I’m recently back from Origins in Columbus – a fun but exhausting four days where I got to meet a lot of cool new people and catch up with a lot more.

I led a session on selling your work digitally, and mentioned a few resources there that I thought were a great places to start – start – learning more:

Jane Friedman’s Five paths to publication helps break down the confusing array of choices into something useful and meaningful.

Digital Publishing G+ group, founded by Evo Terra, is a well-moderated and high signal-to-noise ratio G+ group filled with people who are interested in the best ways to sell digitally.
   
The Book Designer (Joel Friedlander) and Kris Rusch are consistently well-thought out and informative.  I sometimes disagree with their conclusions, but I always respect their arguments.
   
My instructions on how to sell your eBooks yourself (and in person).

This isn’t a comprehensive list – not by a long shot – but I these are five high-quality places to start.

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