Tuesday, May 08, 2012

The Wall Street Journal Reports: 10 Ebook Novels in One Year

Glenn Beck is getting a lot of publicity on his new plan to publish a 10-book series of novels as ebooks. Watch this Wall Street Journal TV report:

Notice how the media expect him to make a ton of money via ebook publishing because of his publisher platform.

The beginning of the story in the Wall Street Journal:

Two years ago, while on vacation, talk-show host Glenn Beck read all six books in Chris Stewart's series The Great and Terrible. In its good-versus-evil story line he saw a metaphor for the current state of the world.

Now Mr. Beck's publishing imprint is having the books rewritten and re-edited into a series of 10 e-books that blend Middle East politics, techno high jinks, and end-of-the-world derring-do, while cutting the references to Mormon scripture and gospel beliefs.

The series will be released over the next 12 months, reshaped for a broader audience...

Here is the link to the video on WSJ.com (if the above video doesn't work): http://online.wsj.com/video/glenn-beck-turns-focus-to-e-books/3C6B0564-0211-4ED1-8B68-9D09CA32BCF3.html

The story on WSJ.com
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