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Looking ahead to 2017

At the beginning of 2015 – two years ago and yet it seems like the blink of an eye – I decided to concentrate on two themes: Inside Historical Fiction

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Evolving World of Book Reviews (2)

Last week’s post on book reviewing postulated a few reasons authors seek reviews: audience exposure, influence readers to purchase, useful feedback, reader connections, data collection, endorsement by someone of note.

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Evolving world of book reviews

Although traditional media remain a source for book reviews, social media and online sites play an ever-increasing role in how readers choose and discuss books. What can be said about

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10 Facts on Boomer Readers

The boomer generation is defined as those born between 1946 and 1964, which means they are today between the ages of 51 and 69. Looking across the surveys from 2012,

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Six Pixels of Separation

After I pestered him with questions about marketing and social medial, my son, who’s in marketing and buys lots of books in this domain, gave me Mitch Joel’s Six Pixels of

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Where Does the Power of Fiction Lie?

In a discussion hosted by the University of Cambridge, Dr. Sarah Burton, Director of Creative Writing at that institution, talks about the journey fiction embodies “where the reader and writer

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