Subscription services are the talk of Frankfurt Book Fair while Comic Con’s success demonstrates the continued rise of graphic literature. Amazon faces increased postal costs while Barnes and N oble Press has something new.
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Our weekly round-up of top self-publishing news includes new offerings from KDP Print and Buk, Overdrive’s new service for libraries, and an inspiring role model via Wattpad.
Get the week’s top self-publishing news stories in this handy digest, this week focusing on all things digital, including piracy and copyright issues
This week the Alliance of Independent Authors’s self-publishing news bulletin investigates B&N rumours, reports upbeat news from libraries, and shares a great new free image resource.
This week’s news round-up turns the spotlight on an author caught gaming the system, B&N banning – then unbanning – certain authors, & AMS profits.
I type this on what a seat of the pants thriller would romantically call the red-eye shift. To you and me that’s the late and slightly licentious coach back from London to Oxford. Which is where I’ll be spending my nights this week, because for 10 days at the end of every August London hosts […]
This past weekend saw the staging of one of the most iconic events in endurance sport, the Western States 100 mile race. Like thousands of others I was glued to twitter as history appeared to be in the making for more than 70 miles, with ultrarunning phenomenon Jim Walmsley looking to chop 3/4 of an […]
The first week in April is brought to you by a question. There is a very specific and very newsworthy reason for the question, but it is one that should be on our lips anyway. It’s one that was particularly brought home to me this week as I watched my dear friend and sometime partner […]
As I reported last week, as we went to press I was just finishing talking to a group of 30 publishing MA students about self-publishing. I wanted to take that up again in my introduction this week, because it was a wonderful experience. Not just because it’s always wonderful that a publishing course has a […]
Last weekend I had the privilege of talking about editing at the Triskele Lit Fest, a wonderful event that brought indies, hybrids, and our traditionally-published colleagues, and sat us down together to chew the cud over what actually matters – books. Unusually, I don’t have a witty Dorothy Parker-ism or a delicious Vidal-ish higher truth, […]