I’ve been feeling better (thanks for all your kind wishes) and have spent some substantial time in the office this week. Feels GOOD! First in the queue is this: … Read more »
More than once. Sad to say, I’ve fallen for it at least twice. Turned out bad both times. 🙁 Surf here to read all about it. Can’t fool me more… Read more »
You may want to read this.
This article landed in my in-box this morning. Interesting read.
I thought I’d seen everything. But, Jonathan Safran Foer’s new book is something to behold. “Written” like nothing I’ve ever seen, I can’t begin to imagine his creative process. Check… Read more »
E-books will be included on the NYT Bestseller List. The link.
You’ll find this article enlightening. Enjoy!
Yeah. I haven’t seen the movie yet. I haven’t read the book either. But, Eat, Pray, Love is definitely a marketing phenom. At least four HUNDRED related products have been… Read more »
If you’ve been keeping up with freelance news, you’ve undoubtedly heard that Amazon is planning to remove the “buy” buttons from all books printed by LightningSource and demand that… Read more »
Yup. That’s the headline. But do you believe it? I’m not sure I do. Time will tell, though. Here’s the link: http://tinyurl.com/2ewtmf
Headline: Harry Potter Magic Spells Losses for Booksellers. Article says: because of deep consumer discounts, independent booksellers are barely breaking even on every Harry Potter book sold. Wow. As a… Read more »
A Wisconsin town wants to ban Maya Angelou’s autobiography from their schools. How very sad. Here’s the link: http://tinyurl.com/yfcqa8 Talk later, Beth
http://tinyurl.com/f2yjp Talk later, Beth
Great news for all writers. Here’s the link: http://tinyurl.com/ovdrd Talk later, Beth
This company claims anyone can (potentially) become the “next JK Rowling” just by using their technology to print books. Yeah right. I don’t want to sound cynical, but sheesh. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,923-2073717,00.html… Read more »
Yahoo News tells us that romance readers want “more” and romance. In fact, they go so far as to say: “More women want more fiction about what’s going on between… Read more »
I the aftermath of the James Frey fiasco, the New York Times has posted a group of potential book disclaimers. Hilarious. Enjoy! http://tinyurl.com/8kk4j Oh, and be sure to click the… Read more »
Unless you live under a rock, you’re aware of the latest publishing scandal. But in case you don’t know what’s going on, here’s a recap to get you up to… Read more »
Harlequin has just announced that they’re releasing a new line of e-books. Seems these e-books will transfer easily to nearly every hand held device. Pretty cool notion, if you ask… Read more »
Awhile back I read a most persuasive article written by an owner of a prominent POD (print on demand) publishing company. The author delivered a scathing report on the state… Read more »