Friday 30th September
Thirteen years ago I wrote a novel as the result of a bet between myself and my publisher at the time
Once you've established yourself on Goodreads, adding Goodreads giveaways to your marketing plan is a solid next step
Violent pulp comics are preparing for a revival
The Future Today Institute has created a terrific, free report summarizing key technology trends and what they mean for tomorrow
More Than Words Can Say
Aims to be 'the best digital publisher in the world'
We gather together the best writing competitions with deadlines up the end of 2016.
The PRH Canada offices profiled
From Mr. Pumblechook to Mr. Pecksniff, the Meaning Behind the Monikers
Only a small percentage of authors have actually been coached on social media best practices
Narrowing routes to market
Who are the YouTubers – and why are their books so successful?
How authors can prepare a solid foundation for growth and sales
Reviews are essential to your book's success but getting them is a challenge
The global economy is baffling
Genre is soaring in popularity when actual crime is going down
Some of the countless takeaways from our biggest and best ever Autumn Conference—one from each session
Karen Sullivan and what she expects from her authors in terms of digital marketing
Should you quit your day job to write?
Fundamental change in big publisher economics from what it was two decades ago
Cutbacks, layoffs, restructurings—they all seem to involve pushing more work back on to the ones who remain
An app and a 19th-century advertising slogan will guide visitors to the places that inspired poet's famous lines
Homes owned by famous writers
Sales have risen 10%, thanks to TV adaptations and clever marketing
How playlist curators gifted my jazz tune two million hits