Oh no, nothing like that, just a little bit more work, that's all!Quote
It must be like writing two books, then.
Yes, technology is amazing! Especially Amazon, you can look inside a book, request a sample, and if you like what you see you buy it! That is also the reason I love going to the bookstore and browsing for hours. You can really understand what a book is all about by looking inside.Quote
You would probably get more money for paperbacks, but isn't it fantastic that we get interested in a book, press a few times and there it is for us to read straight away! And all the many references you have can also be seen straight away.
I so apologize for that, indeed a few are in Greek. I wrote the Greek version first and then I had to find the English equivalent for every single reference. However, for a few I was not able to find an equivalent reference in English. The Greek is better than nothing though and Google Translate's translation is decent most of the times.Quote
It doesn't matter that a few are in Greek, as the pictures are more important in most cases.
That is true, if I were doing it for the money I would not be doing it at all, and I believe that this is true for most people who write. But I don't mind, I love writing and reading. Reading especially is the only thing that makes me calm even after a hard day. I can't imagine how some people do not read books.Quote
Anyway, didn't you write that it is not for the money you wrote your book?