Friday 28th October
Why YouTube is a powerful, untapped resource for book marketing
Could a crime novel triumph for the second year in a row at the Man Booker Prize?
Could a Two-Person Press from Glasgow Win One of the Biggest Prizes in Literature?
How are you helping consumers find the perfect book for their needs or interests?
What happens when a debut author won't join social media?
Your book description is only as good as its opening line
Your focus should shift toward encouraging readers to visit—and persuading readers who've visited to visit again
We still seem to be trying to fit digital readers into one singular mould when we think of innovation in book tech
How content and data-driven marketing have spurred new products, grown the book publisher's fanbase, and increased sales
The Catalan capital may be more famous for Gaudí and tapas, but it has dozens of great bookshops, too
Publishers are increasingly using big data to help them sell their book rights internationally
How can you write your next book if you now need to spend time on social media
A hybrid author is an author who has titles published both independently and through a contract with a publishing house
What would I like to see happen as a result of publishing this piece?
Heh ... The Internet
It's National Poetry Day in the UK on 6 October, and to celebrate, we've gathered together some wonderful ways to find out more about reading and writing poetry.
Hint: You want to be a Pull
The demographics of literary heroes can be a bit depressing for anyone over a certain age
Mining Data for Reader Insights
Some seasoned niche stores are continuing to thrive
One Story, Two Tellers
Are you an aesthetic type, or are you cerebral?
A Private Eye column has taken issue with the award going to a writer of colour again – as if it's inconceivable that talent alone could have got them there
The Girl on the Train was fired off by a London journalist and romcom author down on her luck, but it became a huge hit