The iphone will kill them
Or so Gareth Powel thinks.
Allrecipes.com are offering a free iphone app DinnerSpinner is a genius little tool.
Books will have a hard time facing off the challenge from these fancy, mobile and portable tools, oh hang on a second …
Strike me down
I have to say I saw this coming. After some recent bad press on POD issues, Authonomy issued an e-mail informing the community that they have contracted three books from amongst the huge slush pile of authors.
Coffee At Kowalski’s by Miranda Dickinson
Rosie is happy at Kowalski’s florists in New York – until her past catches up with her. Romantic comedy with a cast of memorable characters.
Reaper: Coming soon to a family near you by Steven Dunne
A combination of Silence of the Lambs and The Poet set in Derby. A long dormant serial killer strikes again and the hunt is on.
Never Say Die by Melanie Davies and Lynne Barrett-Lee
The incredible story of an exceptional life…
The subtle genius of Authonomy
Is that the author already has a profile page and an image, a book and probably some fans built up through the site community. Yes I think perhaps some people underestimated the potential of this digital slush-pile!