In the interview, Mark talks a bit about his own non-fiction writing (he writes non-fiction paranormal books for Toronto publisher Dundurn Press), where they explore history, local lore and ghost stories, and then explains a bit about self-publishing, Kobo and Kobo Writing Life.
(The good stuff, for those wanting to skip Mark’s personal book info and get right to the info on Kobo, starts at about 15:00 minutes in)
Some of the things that Mark talks about are the origins of Kobo (original company name, the company’s philosophy) . . .
. . . as well as how Kobo partners with indie bookstores in the US, allowing local customers to buy eBooks while still supporting their favorite local bookstore (see indiebound.org/ebooks for more info), strategies on setting global pricing and other useful information and tips for authors.
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