More than 1,000 people, publishers and booksellers have donated to the ‘Jungle Library’ at the Calais migrant camp, which is now raising money for supplies.
Roger Tagholm visits the ‘jungle’ migrant camp in Calais, France and reports a new library has been established, but still needs many books.
Roger Tagholm muses on the end of the summer holidays in the UK and what vacation might have looked like for several executives in the internet age.
Vassula Rydén’s memoir, Heaven is Real But So is Hell, transcribes her encounters with God and is becoming a hit with 50k copies already sold in the US.
Roger Tagholm deconstructs the brilliance of Amazon’s new Kindle advertisements, which promote the ereader as a chic, travel companion and paragon of cool.
The book industry remains largely white and middle class, while efforts are being made to boost socio-economic and ethnic diversity in publishing.
The film of John Green’s bestseller, The Fault in Our Stars, has turned a bench in Amsterdam into pilgrimage site for young adult fans of the book.
Women rising to leadership roles in publishing is complicated by social history and individual factors, say publishing pros.
Kate Pool of the UK Society of Authors warns authors to look at contracts from digital publishers carefully to compare terms with self-publishing options.
Industry vet Michael Bhaskar’s digital publisher Canelo launches this week with two titles and is offering 50-60% royalties, giving UK authors new options.