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E-publishing panel part 3

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Watch our latest videos to get the professionals' take on the future of ebooks.

Filmed at our Q&A panel at Swanwick Writers' Summer School last year, this month's videos feature Weidenfeld and Nicolson publisher Alan Samson, WM social media and marketing guru Rebecca Woodhead and editor Jonathan Telfer discussing the wide potential for children's ebooks and the perennial question of whether it's better to self-publish or seek professional publication.

 

Children's ebooks - what's the market and potential?

 

Is it better to self-publish or seek professional book publication?

More videos from our technology for writers Q&A, here and here

 

 

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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