Community Business College is now offering a new class teaching students how to create, publish and sell their own e-books.
E-books are making a huge impact in the publishing world, with thousands of previously undiscovered authors as the bright glowing lights in its tail. Independent ("indie") authors are becoming overnight sensations in the newspapers and on Amazon.com.
There is a vast difference between paper books and e-books. With their ease of production and distribution, there's more news coming out every day showing that e-books now outsell traditionally published books around the world. This is great news for authors, who no longer need a large budget to self-publish and promote their books.
Publishing an e-book and selling it can be an excellent way for people who are struggling in difficult economic times to supplement their income. Depending on the type of e-book and the amount of time put into marketing, authors can make part-time to full-time pay from their works.
Community Business College's Lifelong Learning Classes
The “Publish and Sell Your E-Books” is part of the non-credit skills enrichment courses offered by Community Business College to supplement its students education and to nourish an enjoyment of lifelong learning.
The classes are designed to be informative and enjoyable.
New classes start every month. Many are entirely Web-based with comprehensive lessons, quizzes, and assignments. A dedicated professional instructor facilitates every course; pacing learners, answering questions, giving feedback, and facilitating discussions. Online instructors have special relationships with their students. A Penn State World Campus instructor has said that sometimes what students learn from online courses goes beyond the subject matter.
One advantage of taking an online course is it reinforces good time management skills and organizational skills. "Anything in life worth doing is worth doing well, and anything worth doing is worth scheduling," Turgeon has been quoted as saying. Students learn to discipline themselves, develop problem solving skills, and how to schedule and prioritize time
To learn more, contact the Community Business College admissions office at (209) 529-3648 or visit the school’s website at http://www.cbcwebcollege.com/ebook.htm
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