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National Library Of Scotland Fees 'Hitting Small Publishers'
www.scotsman.com

The battle of the bookplates

Falling Book Prices Could Force Authors To Abandon Their Keyboards
www.theage.com.au

Books are central to our lives, yet the outlook for authors, their readers and literary culture has never been more bleak

Bloomsbury Mysteriously Pulls Book About The Church Of England Weeks Before Publication
www.mhpbooks.com

That Was the Church That Was

Stella Prize 2016 Announces Longlist Of 12 Books By Australian Women
www.theguardian.com

Stories set in the countryside and themes of childhood dominate on a list that includes Elizabeth Harrower, Debra Adelaide, Gail Jones and Charlotte Wood

Library Campaigners Descend On Parliament To Defend Public Funding
www.theguardian.com

Top authors have gathered in parliament to campaign against cuts to libraries and are calling on MPs to ensure the public service has sufficient funding

Winners Of The 2016 Management Book Of The Year Announced
www.managers.org.uk

Frugal Innovation, by Navi Radjou and Jaideep Prabhu was awarded the £5,000 top prize

Shortlist Announced For International Prize For Arabic Fiction 2016
www.arabicfiction.org

Six authors shortlisted

Leading Authors Press For Supreme Court Review Of Google's Digitised Library
www.theguardian.com

Fresh legal challenge, backed by authors including Margaret Atwood, Peter Carey, Ursula Le Guin and Malcolm Gladwell

February 2016 Author Earnings Report Is Now Available
goodereader.com

Big 5 now account for less than a quarter of e-book purchases on Amazon,

5 Tips To Make Self-editing A Breeze
completelynovel.com

n this edition of Expert Tips, freelance editor, Rachel Small shares her five top tips for editing your own manuscript.

Author Margaret Forster Dies From Cancer Aged 77
www.bbc.co.uk

Best known for her novels Georgy Girl and Diary of an Ordinary Woman

92% Of Students Prefer Paper Books Over E-books
www.nbcnews.com

E-books may be convenient and cheap, but they aren't displacing paper just yet, at least in the hearts and minds of college kids

Why Amazon Is Doubling Down On Lobbying
www.washingtonpost.com

Amazon's lobbying efforts are in the same league as other tech giants like Microsoft and Facebook

British Science Fiction Association Awards Unveil 'Really Strong' Shortlists
www.theguardian.com

Winners will be announced on 26 March

Your Signed Harry Potter Book Is A Fake
www.bustle.com

Probably warns J.K. Rowling

EU proposals will force multinationals to disclose tax arrangements
www.theguardian.com

Amazon will be required to disclose tax bills in Europe under draft legislation from European commission

Bonnier launches German translated fiction imprint, Manilla
translate.google.co.uk

Joint venture between Ullstein Verlag in Germany and Bonnier Zaffre

Search For The Funniest Children's Books Of The Year
www.theguardian.com

Yes it's the Lollies shortlist

Jeffrey Archer Cuts His Tax Bill - By Giving His Statue Of Satan To Oxford
www.cambridge-news.co.uk

Lord Archer has donated his sculpture of Satan to Oxford's Ashmolean Museum

Amazon Is Opening A Bookstore In San Diego
goodereader.com

Second retail location that the Seattle company has launched in the last six months

Copy Of TS Eliot's The Waste Land Inscribed To His Therapist Goes On Sale
www.theguardian.com

First edition dedicated with 'enduring gratitude' to doctor who treated his 1921 breakdown

Kindle e-Book Warning System is Now Live
goodereader.com

Amazon developed system because they wanted to protect consumers and make them aware that a Kindle book might have some problems

Publisher pulls all copies of controversial new book on Church of England
www.washingtonpost.com

"That Was The Church That Was: How the Church of England Lost the English People" was supposed to be released on Feb. 11

Hong Kong's missing booksellers and 'banned' Xi Jinping book
www.bbc.co.uk

US-based writer, who uses the pen name Xi Nuo, says he has published the book online to challenge China

Crime fiction steals top slots in UK library loans
www.theguardian.com

New figures show that nine out of the 10 most borrowed books last year were thrillers


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