For sometime I’ve believed the future of ebooks was not fiction but non-fiction. In a carefully considered article in Salon, Laura Miller makes the same argument.
But they are expensive endeavors, requiring the contributions of many talented people – illustrators, animators, photographers, videographers, and interface architects to make a good one. I’m convinced the economic model is one that requires blockbuster sales to succeed. What that means for mid-list authors is problematic.
Read the article here.