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The Dragon Lords, world's first 'cloud-sourced' novel, prepares to land

Posted at 8:11AM Tuesday 18 Dec 2012

Silvia Hartmann's latest work was written on an open Google Drive document, with 13,000 collaborators offering critiques and even providing a title

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Ex-England boss Sam Allardyce set for £1m book deal
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Publishers said to be queuing "all the way to Benidorm"

Belgium's D'Ieteren agrees to buy 41 percent of Moleskine
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All-Woman Shortlist Selected For Dundee International Book Prize
www.thecourier.co.uk

The trio in contention are The Margins by Jessica Thummel, Shadow Jumping by Margaret Ries and London Clay by Amy Spencer

The First National Bookshop Day Is Coming To The UK
www.mhpbooks.com

2,000 bookshops participating on October 8th

Academic Ebook Sales Flat, Preference For E-reference Up
lj.libraryjournal.com

While ebooks are becoming the preferred format for reference materials, many students still prefer to read and study monographs and textbooks in print

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