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Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Happy Valentine's Day everyone! Here are the February's Ubook releases! Enjoy.
Shifting Sands by Elizabeth Seckman is a prequel to Past Due, the first book in the Coulter Men series. In the series, each of the three Coulter brothers has his chance to tell his story and find his happily ever after. In this story, Angel, the broken girl who sets the stage for her sister’s tragedy, gets a chance to tell hers. View the Freed Book edition here.
Meet Grandma Becky. She's pulled up a chair at her kitchen table and set out her favorite mugs filled to the brim with her special hot cocoa. Stay awhile and hear some stories about the farm she grew up on, her family, and the many adventures they had. View the Freed Book edition here.
On Meadowbrook farms live three sheep, fifteen chickens and two little girls with their parents. So begins this delightful tale by Liz Daniels where playhouses come in all shapes and sizes, but don't necessarily last forever. Illustrated by Gail DiCarlo, music by Nathan Moran. View the Freed Book edition here.
A sad but quirky romance by Melanie Schulz where time is precious and life is something not to be missed. View the Freed Book edition here.
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Being Indie is all about innovation. That’s how we’ve turned this publishing world upside down. The Big Five don’t know what to do with us. We’re not rule followers. We make them up for ourselves. Which leads me to *Ubooks.
Basically, *Ubooks are books on video, where the words appear on the screen/device at reading pace. Most are enhanced with music. Some are narrated. It’s really a very simple idea, one that has far-reaching implications, because if books are on video, they can be any length and still be marketable. Think about it. Gone are the days when that amazing piece of flash sits in a file, waiting for ten more like it so it can be made into a collection and sold on Amazon for ninety-nine cents—which they get seventy percent of. With *Ubooks, it can be different, because *Ubooks are different. Because they’re free—gotta love Youtube—they’re the perfect medium for those shorter pieces. Can you see the possibilities? And because Ubooks are a seamless reading experience with musical enhancements, they’re not only free, and on a medium people are familiar with (Youtube), they’re a better product.
For more information on submitting your story for *Ubook publication, check out http://www.blackandwhitepublishingco.com
*Patent-pending book format available only through Black and White Publishing Co.