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Authors, Can You Afford To Produce An Audiobook?
www.digitalbookworld.com

You can have the finished audiobook fast, good, or cheap. Pick any two

For Publishers Looking To Make Inroads Into Big Data, Bundling Is Key
www.publishersweekly.com

The importance to publishers of collecting data that tracks customer behavior

Children's Book Summit Preview: Conversation Over Charts
publishingperspectives.com

Nielsen's conference on children's books promises to interweave data and discussion

Strange Things Left In Library Books
www.bigissue.com

From bank cards to strange musings to rashers of bacon (!), people leave very unusual things in library books...

How Publishers Can Grow Traffic Through On-Page Optimization
www.digitalbookworld.com

5 Traffic-Growing On-Page Optimization Techniques for Publishers

Can Google Help Translate A Classic Novel?
www.publishersweekly.com

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Saraband's Sara Hunt: A View From The 'Small Independent Publishing World'
publishingperspectives.com

We can always use 'a little bit more traction'

Eimear McBride: 'Writing Is Painful – But It's The Closest You Can Get To Joy'
www.theguardian.com

Talks about life as an exile, trying to write good sex – and, of course, James Joyce

Crime Writing: Val McDermid, Abir Mukherjee and Lucy Ribchester
www.bbc.co.uk

Mariella Frostrup investigates crime writing from the heart of the Edinburgh Festival

Six-figure Book Promotion Strategies For Authors
www.writtenwordmedia.com

Effective book marketing strategies, the Amazon Algorithm and much more

How To Know If Your Harry Potter Book Is Worth £40,000
www.express.co.uk

The four key criteria to check

3 Ways To Retain & Grow Newsletter Readership
www.bookbusinessmag.com

Digital publishers must make newsletters enticing to drive readership and website visits

In Defense Of Trash
lithub.com

Why Pleasures Should Never Be Guilty, From Valley of the Dolls to Bonkbusters

How To Turn On Twitter's Quality Filters And Silence Trolls
www.pcworld.com

Twitter has a solution for stopping the hate on its social network

To Win Some Book Awards, Publishers Have To Pay
www.dublininquirer.com

It can sometimes be costly to be a publisher of a potentially award-winning book

The Grumpy Librarian, Is Here To Help
lithub.com

The rules are simple: if you're looking for what book to read next (who isn't), just send over two books you love, and one you... don't

How to Be Active on Social Media without Losing Your Mind
janefriedman.com

The biggest issue I hear from people struggling with online marketing is TIME

Toward A New Publishing Paradigm Where Scale Fails And More Is Less
www.tubefilter.com

Facebook's recent algorithmic shifts dropped a big bomb on the bottom lines of many publishers with a newly emphasized "Friends and Family First" approach

Harry Potter 'could stop Donald Trump', says researcher into readers' views
www.theguardian.com

US study suggests that the boy wizard's fans are less sympathetic to 'Trumpdemort' – even less so when they have read more of the books

Why Harry Potter isn't the only literary character to make a welcome return
www.bbc.co.uk

Lightning does strike twice

How To Hit The USA Today Bestseller List As A Single Author With Ad Stacking
www.thecreativepenn.com

Why bother trying to hit the list anyway? What does it even matter?

Synchronized Shelving
www.facebook.com

Petition for synchronised shelving to be an Olympic sport

Scott Pack & the cult of the low-brow bestseller
www.booksellers.co.nz

Nothing, to be honest, in what you may loosely call my career, has been deliberate at all

How unwanted second-hand books became big business
www.ft.com

The company that turned its counter-intuitive idea into a multimillion-pound venture

The menace of people reading books while walking along the street
www.telegraph.co.uk

In my experience, it is the fiction addicts who are the worst


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Book Trade News

Amazon Tests 30-hour Work Week
fortune.com

Amazon.com will soon launch a program to experiment with a 30-hour workweek for select employees

'90% of YA is crap': the debate that dominated the Edinburgh book festival
www.theguardian.com

Tempers flare, but readers continue to queue, as authors struggle to explain what is special about young adult fiction

The World's 52 Largest Book Publishers, 2016
www.publishersweekly.com

Digital disruptions, soft economies challenge even the globe's biggest players

Apple Facing Record Bill For Irish Tax
www.bbc.co.uk

Irish officials expect European commission to declare the arrangement with Apple unlawful under state aid rules

Miles Franklin Award won by debut novel about a big Australian challenge
thenewdaily.com.au

A.S Patric's haunting debut novel Black Rock White City scoops Australia's premier literary prize

Waterstones To Open Watford Branch
www.watfordobserver.co.uk

New shop, opening next month, will be located at 112 High Street

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