Wednesday 3rd September
Now Sylvanian families want to tell you a story
Emerging ebook markets are commonly referred to as "the digital south" — and often require a new view if a company wants to succeed
The all-in-one guide to the ... um ... architecture of how it should be done
For schools, teachers and anyone thinking of organising an author visit!
Everybody has to start somewhere, and everybody has to pay the rent
Make the most of your researching efforts to craft a more marketable book and save time and money in the process
Robert Cialdini: how to get anyone to say 'yes'
Authors need patience
The social Web has turned us into over-sharing monsters that broadcast every action, thought, or emotion to everyone we've ever known
Is there life beyond (proper) pricing?
He's enjoying himself far too much to slow down just yet
Rappers taking on book publishing has become something of a trend
Clare Macintosh, founding director of the Chipping Norton litfest, explains her profit-sharing solution
"Social reading" is a concept that continues to gain momentum in today's publishing industry
How does (should) subscription really work?
YA + Sex = New Adult literature, and it sells
Calibre is aiming to offer small publishers and self-published authors a comprehensive ebook editing toolkit
200 years of literary blood and terrorism
Authors stuck with a blank sheet of paper deserve our sympathy
Meet The Publisher Who Ditched Amazon And Is Selling More Books Than Ever
How the inaugural Moscow Book Fair opened its doors to American and Western publishers
Putting roots down in their communities and taking risks on new writers marks them out in a risk-averse industry
You too can do a 'No Expense Incurred Cover Reveal'
The lines are blurring between rockers and the publishing world
Spanish crowdsourcing platform Pentian pays 50% of profits from book sales to backers of the book and 40% to the author