OMG that homepage. Those are all the DIFFERENT times they've run that story.
Every six months or so for the past several years, I've been doing a thread on Fedi about where to buy ebooks other than Amazon. It finally occurred to me that I could write it once, put it up on website, and update as needed, rather than constantly reinventing the wheel.
So, here we are. (And in spite of the title, this isn't JUST about eBooks)
(Please share your own links in replies, I'll add them to the list as I have spoons.)
Each guardian is the size of my thumb. This is the tiniest fabric I've ever worked with.
I bet my partner that I wouldn't sell 200 copies of my Field Guide for Thriving in Graduate Studies in the first six months. It's been available for about five weeks now so I figured it's a good time to check. You all... I sold 135 copies already. 😳 I expected like five of my friends to grab a copy but this...
I have the opportunity to develop a digital lit curriculum for people being released from incarceration, some of whom have done over 20 years in prison.
This has the potential to have huge positive impacts on their lives; they need to know how to attach a resumé to an email, and how to avoid scammers, among many many other basic skills we all take for granted.
Please if you have any input I would appreciate it because I am not omnipotent and can't think of everything.
Please boost this!
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