Jason R. Rich recently finished the manuscript for My Digital Travel for Seniors (Que), which will be published in early-2017 by Que/Pearson. This book is being endorsed by AARP. Two of his other books in this series, also endorsed by AARP, include: My Digital Entertainment for Seniors and My Digital Travel for Seniors.
For publication in Fall 2016, he recently completed an all-new, 6th edition of iPad and iPhone Tips and Tricks (Que/Pearson), which will cover the latest iPad and iPhone models, as well as the iOS 10 (and iOS 10.1) operating system. Meanwhile, for Entrepreneur Press, work has begun on the manuscripts for Start Your Own Travel Hosting Business: Airbnb, VRBO, HomeAway and More, as well as Start Your Own Etsy Business: Handmade Crafts, Jewelry, Furniture, Textiles and More. These two books will be published in late 2016 and 2017, respectively.
For iPhone 7 Plus users, he published a comprehensive mini-guide, called iPhone 7 Plus Digital Photography: The Unofficial Mini-Guide ($6.99), which is available exclusively in eBook format for iBooks (iPhone/iPad) and Kindle eBook readers. This guide explains how to take awesome, professional-quality photos using the cameras built into the iPhone 7 Plus (that’s running iOS 10 or iOS 10.1). For more information about the iBooks edition (for the iPhone and iPad), click here. To order the eBook for Amazon Kindle eBook readers, click here.
For Wiley Publishing, Jason R. Rich has written The Crowd Source Funding Services Handbook. This book is targeted to small business operators, entrepreneurs and inventors looking to use crowd funding services, like Kickstarter or Indiegogo, to finance their business ventures, projects and/or inventions.
Throughout 2016 and 2017, Jason R. Rich has once again been invited to be a guest enrichment lecturer aboard a handful of cruise ships operated by Royal Caribbean, Celebrity Cruise Lines, Carnival Cruise Lines, Norwegian Cruise Lines, and Princess Cruise Lines. His lectures cover 20 different topics relating to consumer electronics, smartphones, tablets, digital photography, and identity theft.