"It used to be that once a year was a big deal. You could saturate the market. But today the culture is a great big hungry maw, and you have to feed it."
Thriller author Lisa Scottoline • Talking about how the era of the e-book has increased her workload.
She used to do one book a year; now she does two — writing at a pace of 2,000 words a day, seven days a week. Other authors are writing short stories for e-book formats as a promotional tool for their longer tales. The cause? A market that is more reluctant to pay full-price for a full-length book but thinks nothing of a 99-cent novella. Have your reading habits changed thanks to the Kindle and Nook? source (via • follow)