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Tag Archives: e-publishing
I love to binge – even though I did not refer to it this way until recently. Yes I read all of Nancy Drew, Foundation, Lord of the Rings, Earth’s Children, Harry Potter etc… When I found an author I … Continue reading
Dear Colleagues in the industry, remember all of those clauses we have in our contracts regarding e-books? The ones that say that when Industry standards change we will all be renegotiating new e-book rights? Well that time is now. E-book … Continue reading
I have been fascinated about how, when discussing options our authors have to publish either new or out-of-print books, people either look at the classical publishers or self publishing. There are options in between that offer better e-royalties, curation, promotion, … Continue reading