Given the number of public attacks on the value of publishers, why have so few writers abandoned their existing publishers? There are some very good reasons.
Publishers need to deliver value to their author clients. So tell us what is the single most important thing a publisher does for an author?
A-list authors have flocked to read at the National Writer’s Series in Traverse City, Michigan. Why? Because organizer Doug Stanton delivers audiences, sales.
Roger Tagholm interviews Chinese author Ah Yi about his career change from policeman to blogger to novelist.
Social media, press releases, flash sales, book reviews, speaking engagements…which tools have worked best for you in getting the word out about your book?
Tips on how authors can use existing online tools and media outreach to sell more books, from publicity experts Barbara Henricks and Rusty Shelton.
David Krall wanted to write a book about the Brooklyn Dodgers, but had no platform. Defying conventional publishing wisdom, he wrote it anyway. Here’s how.
Random House Children’s Books will publish for the first time 13 classic Judy Blume books for young readers as e-books.
National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, Walter Dean Myers, wants to change the way we think of reading and literacy. It starts with reading at home.
‘Help the authors…powerful change becomes possible,’ says Bookigee’s Kristen McLean, whose first product Writers Cube is dubbed ‘a little box of know how.’