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Evolving world of publishing

I’ve followed Mike Shatzkin for years. Mike offers strategic consulting to the global book publishing business and posts every 4-6 weeks on happenings in that world. His latest post, which

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Readers bring their perspective

One of the questions in this year’s reader survey invited participants to be interviewed about their reading and give additional feedback. Today, Andrea is the first participant to explain her

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Readers on reading

I’ve dug into responses from readers on the topic of why they are reading more or less than in the past. A little over 1000 people chose to comment on

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BookBub roller coaster

At the urging of two friends, I decided to try BookBub, a popular promotional service, to advertise Lies Told in Silence. Here’s how they describe themselves: “BookBub is a free

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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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2015 Reader Survey Results

The 2015 reader survey ran from April 23 to May 19 and reached 2033 participants from different parts of the world. 2015 Historical Fiction Reader Survey report summarizes results shedding light on preferences and

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Meet M.K.Tod

The historical fiction author behind A Writer of History...

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