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E-publishing panel part 2

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What's the future for ebooks? Will it get easier for authors and self-publishers to produce their own ebooks?
Learn from the experts on the Writing Magazine e-publishing panel at Swanwick Writers' Summer School. This month, we consider the future of ebooks, and whether they will get easier to produce, plus, is it worth attempting to hide certain information from search engines?

 

In discussion are Weidenfeld and Nicholson publisher Alan Samson, social media guru Rebecca Woodhead and Writing Magazine editor Jonathan Telfer, and the panel is chaired by Writing Magazine publisher Janet Davison.

What is the future of ebooks? Will they get easier to produce?

How do I hide information from Google?

We'll be adding more answers from our expert panel in the coming weeks and months. Subscribe to our FREE e-newsletter to ensure you don't miss the next one.

 

The Q&A took place at the Swanwick Writers' Summer School in 2012 - watch our introductory video below to get a flavour of Swanwick's expert course leaders, writers and surroundings.

 

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