Why Apps + eBooks = Money

Any enterprising person can critically think about how to publish a best-selling book and come up with some very basic premises about how it should be done: The content of the book should be interesting to the specific audience.  Let’s face it, unless you write Gone with the Wind, you’re… Continue reading

Amazon Keeps Selling New Kindles Despite Change of Readers’ Habits

Are the Clouds Darkening over Amazon? Amazon recently unloaded a new version of their Kindle to the perhaps “less than eager” reading public.  With publishers losing over 3 billion dollars a year to eBook piracy, mostly due to the insecure Digital Rights Management of Amazon’s and other eBook retailer’s platforms, it makes… Continue reading

Mystery Readers Experience a New Enjoyment

Winner of the International Clue Mystery Awards   All Books in This Series Selected by the Library Journal’s Self-E Program Do you like short mysteries you can read in one sitting on your mobile device? Do you like the option of having multimedia inside your mobile eReader? Do you want… Continue reading

The Future of Publishing

future of Publishing

Scams versus Plans There is one common denominator that all scam artists, publishers and self-publishers have in common:  we all want to make money.  

Prize Story Gets Big Treatment in New York

Newsday Features Story by Jim Musgrave Sophia Chang, reporter for Long Island’s Newsday, will be featuring the prize-winning short story by EMRE Publishing’s author and CEO, Jim Musgrave.  

Simplify, Simplify

I’d just read a list of 10 stupid mistakes business people make written by coach Wendy Stevens, and then I was talking to my wife, Ellen, a fellow Boomer and person who is a normal consumer of digital information.  I needed to explain to Ellen how my product is providing value to… Continue reading