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Conventional wisdom says that first you build a platform and then you write a book. But what if you want to do it the other way around? Is one way best?
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.
Today, Reed Exhibitions bought the Book Blogger Convention as a supplement to BookExpo America. Blog on, book lovers, blog on…
Author Beth Kephart discusses the impact bloggers have had on her career, propelling her most recent novel into a third printing and foreign rights sales.
It’s a truism in publishing that the larger an author’s “community” of readers, the better chance of success they have as an author. But it’s […]
By Daniel Kalder NEW YORK: Founded seven years ago, MarkLogic is the maker of a database for “unstructured data” — which these days consists of […]
There are 1,000 stories in the naked city, errr, at the Tools of Change for Publishing, and this is just one of them
Editorial by Ian Harper MINNEAPOLIS: The National Education Technology Plan in the US has prescribed a wholesale technological transformation for education. Yet, adults — parents and […]
Editorial by Daniel Kalder So anyway, I’ve got a great idea. Times are hard for publishers, therefore publicists should write books. No, really: they know […]