Why you should/shouldn’t create a book app.

If you’ve ever wondered what a book app is and if it’s a publishing option you could consider, then I’ve got something to help. It’s a one-pager written by book app expert, Karen Robertson, about what a book app is, who can create one and why you might want to. She even shares why you shouldn’t! There’s a short video as well.

Book Apps PDF

You’ll find the video here: http://youtu.be/p-keA26i6QU

If you are interested in finding out more, Karen has compiled a webinar. It is a free, one-hour training webinar that people can schedule to watch or can watch on-demand.

Just click on the following link:

About Helen Ross

Welcome to my creative world. I have many passions; some of which I write about in my blog posts. I have a quirky sense of humour, and dance to the beat of my own drum. Thanks for dropping by and hope you visit again soon. I always have tea, coffee, wine and cake.
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