The Future of Ink, the leading e-publishing resource site co-founded by Ellen Britt and Denise Wakeman, held its first annual Digital Publishing Intensive online conference in March 2013. The speakers included experts Guy Kawasaki, Lou Bortone, Daniel Hall, Nina Amir, D’vorah Lansky, Marnie Pehrson, Jim Kukral, Lynne Klippel, Laura West, Mitch Axelrod, Bob Jenkins, Sue Painter, Kathleen Gage and print publishing expert Kristen Eckstein.
Eckstein, a regular contributor for The Future of Ink stated, “I’m thrilled to be included among such distinguished e-publishing experts, and even more honored to call many of them my personal friends.”
This intensive focused on two weeks’ worth of content covering all aspects of digital publishing. Eckstein’s session, an unusual one, revealed how to turn an eBook into print. Eckstein covered the pros and cons of various types of publishing, how to work with two leading print-on-demand printers and the exact steps of the print publishing process.
Attendees went away with valuable insights as to whether or not they should consider print for their books or stick with eBook format, and when it would be most viable and cost-effective to add print to their titles.
Kristen Eckstein is a highly sought-after publishing authority, three time best-selling author and award winning international speaker. She has started over 45 publishing companies and published over 133 books and eBooks. She has spoke in Anaheim, CA, London, England, Atlanta, GA, Orlando, FL, Winston-Salem, NC, Tampa, FL and many points in-between.