I recently wrote about why I think publishers should pay a 50% royalty on e-books. In that post I focused on the money, but there is also the big question of how e-books will be delivered and consumed. There are many different e-book readers — Amazon’s Kindle, Barnes and Noble’s Nook, etc., and several companies are working hard to develop the dominant reader/platform.
Google has a different concept for ebooks. The Big G thinks your ebooks should be online and available for you to read from any device. You can check out the Google ebookstore, and also watch this short and very informative video —
What do you think of Google’s ebook concept? How does it compare to other delivery systems for e-books? Are you currently selling your e-books through any of these content delivery systems?