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E-books will replace books and perhaps authors
Books will never disappear for they're the extension of our imagination.
Wade Hilton, author from Jamaica and publisher at WadeRoss Publishing of books such as Goddess of the Arawaks, Gwen and Gwenette, Caught in a Crossfire, etc.
Jamaican newspapers have a lot of history behind them and have managed to survive and overcome the advent of the online business.
Some Jamaican publishers can and will survive the advent of online publishing for there'll always be a market to publish Jamaican books.
Jamaican poets can form an important niche on a worldwide basis because of the sweetness in their poetry.
Jamaican writers have a creative way of going about their writing which always aims to please its readers at home and abroad.
There's a set of books with sweet storytelling and some wonderful poetry, written by natives of the island who have to deal with English and Patois, that we can call Jamaican books.
Jamaican authors should get together and use their work to promote the country and reap the benefits.
Jamaica is the best place for a vacation with connecting flights from around the globe and all the commodities in the country to have a good time.
The Kindle Store has conquered both readers and writers alike with the facility they've made available to the two sides.
Standard publishing is a great tool to help promote reading and it has and always will enjoy the support of a certain segment.
Going through a literary agent to get published is not as easy as doing it by yourself online. Of course that is if you have the know-how to go about getting it done.
The Internet has provided us with some great tools to be able to publish our own books in a fast and reliable way.
Both the computer and the internet have given us the possiblity to self-publish in a simple way.