Read an E-Book Week

The Growing Pains of Read an E-Book Week

By Joanna Cabot
March 18, 2013 // 1 Comment

Rich Adin, a professional editor, has a thoughtful essay up about Read an E-Book Week. He says he has seen many complaints on author boards that authors’ sales did not appreciably benefit from the RAEW sale, and he offers some reasons for why that might be (e.g., authors choosing too-small [...]

Read an Ebook Week means special deals and offers

By Chris Walters
March 8, 2011 // 4 Comments

When “Read an E-Book Week” was started in 2004, it made sense to try to expose more readers to the convenience of ebooks. The Kindle didn’t exist, the readers that did were expensive, and ebook editions were priced like hardcovers if they were made available at all. Now the marketplace is far [...]

For Read an E-Book Week – take some pictures of people reading

By Paul Biba
March 1, 2011 // 1 Comment

Received the following from Slawomir “Mori” Malusecki. It seems like a neat idea to me: Hi Paul, I am the owner and administrator of, Polish website about eBooks and eReaders. We’ve joined the REBWeek initiative this year and already have some ideas what to do. The [...]

Read an E-Book Week about to begin

By Paul Biba
February 28, 2011 // 0 Comments

Got the following From Rita Toews, founder of Read and E-Book Week: As Read an E-Book Week draws nearer the list of participants grows. This year we have had great interest from Polish sites, thanks in part to an enthusiastic Teleread contributor, Piotr Kowalczyk. An Italian book publisher has [...]

Read an E-Book Week 2010 is on!

By Steven Lyle Jordan
March 7, 2010 // 0 Comments

Read an E-Book Week has begun for 2010, and this year promises to outdo all previous years by an order of magnitude.  Rita Toews has been working her butt off, interviewing for periodicals and blogs, contacting and drawing in new participants and promoters and twittering until her fingers are [...]

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