A New Editor-in-Chief

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Hey EPUBSecrets readers. We have news. Laura Brady is going to manage the content here on EPUBSecrets. Laura is an EPUB-er from way back and will bring that long history (of complaining about ebooks) here. From Laura:

I am so pleased to be contributing to the ebook development community in a new way. I hope to bring the spirit of #eprdctn – community, collaboration, commiseration – to this blog. I have a couple of post ideas percolating but am also happy to hear from readers about articles they’d like to read or even write.

LAURA BRADY is an ebook developer and the principal of Brady Type, an ebook design and conversion studio. She consults on workflow, tools, specifications, and production best practices with a special focus on accessibility. In her spare time she helps plan ebookcraft and follows the Toronto Blue Jays. She also probably tweets too much. You can connect with her in any of these places: website, LinkedIn profile, Facebook page, and on Twitter.

11 Responses to “A New Editor-in-Chief”

  1. So happy to have you here, Laura! I’m really looking forward to reading your posts, and leading the editorial charge. We’re honored that you could join us!

  2. David Blatner says:

    Welcome, Laura! SO glad you’re here! I mean, we all know that digital books are a fad, and everyone is going back to papyrus any day now, but still… 😉

  3. Erin Mallory says:

    This is great news! I knew there was a reason I hadn’t deleted this bookmark yet. 🙂

  4. Mike Rankin says:

    Great news indeed! Welcome Laura!

  5. Samantha Gendler says:

    Welcome aboard, Laura!

  6. Kevin Callahan says:

    Woo hoo! Can’t wait for Laura’s special expertise and insight.

  7. Laura Brady says:

    Thanks so much everyone. I am overwhelmed by all the kind words.

  8. Sue Pare says:

    Congratulations Laura!!! Looking forward to your articles and learning more from you.

  9. Right on! Enjoy your Tweeting, look forward to your blogging.

  10. Tammy says:

    Hi Laura! So happy to hear the good news. Congrats!