We’re all obsessed with ebooks and what they can teach us about the world around us, and a great book like The E-Books and the Humanities by James Martin and Andrew Wills could become a gateway drug into that world.
In this review of the book, I discuss its strengths and weaknesses, and offer a few tips for building your own copy of the award-winning book.
If you want to build your own ebook and can’t find an e-book store near you, The E–Book Guide to Writing is a great resource.
This e-reader is perfect for someone who wants to learn how to write a book.
It has more than 300 e-books, and it’s free.
In addition to all the e-content, it has all the writing samples for the entire book.
For the $1.99 price, you get 50 pages of free e-writing, a Kindle Unlimited membership, and an E-book review.
If that sounds like a bargain, it is.
Read more about The Ebooks and the Humans.
The E‐Book Guide To Writing is available on Amazon.com for $1,199.99.
For more information about The Humanities, read The Humanity’s official description.
For some other great e-readers, check out: The e-Books of James Martin: The Humanists, by James B. Martin, author of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Jungle Book, and the Little Mermaid.