These days there are more options for publishing your work than just books or journals. New and exciting opportunities are becoming more accepted and may be a better fit for your work. The following are a few examples:
Example of a Peer-Reviewed Blog
"In the Library with the Lead Pipe is intended to help improve our communities, our libraries, and our professional organizations. Our goal is to explore new ideas and start conversations; to document our concerns and argue for solutions. Each article is peer-reviewed by at least one external and one internal reviewer."
Example of a Peer-Reviewed Website
"Digital Humanities Now is also an experiment in how we evaluate new scholarship. There are several layers of review that a scholarly work can rise through. Out of the sea of scholarly production, this site curates work that has gotten the attention of the digital humanities community or is worthy of such attention, based on critical editorial review. Those selections appear in the Editors’ Choice column and are disseminated widely to the community via social media and other means."
Example of a Video Journal Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE) is a peer-reviewed, PubMed indexed journal devoted to the publication of biological, medical, chemical and physical research in a video format.