M.J. Rose, the founder of AuthorBuzz, shares her best practices book marketing, pitfalls to avoid, and other challenges of reaching readers.
After offering indie short form authors favorable royalty rates, Amazon has pivoted to attract bestsellers and bolster sales of Unlimited subscriptions.
Sarah Knight was sick of commuting, P&L statements and eating salad at her desk at Simon & Schuster, so she quit to freelance and seek happiness.
Chinese “web literature” sites are making some amateur web authors wealthy by offering tools that enable fans to reward their favorite writers.
The CEO of Greenleaf Book Group argues a book can be your strongest marketing tool and outlines four points to consider before committing to writing one.
For generations, the story of the Greek Jews during the Holocaust was never told, but more recently willing publishers have tackled this important task.
After analyzing 15 years’ worth of top literary prize winners, Nicola Griffith notes that books about women rarely win.
The nine finalists for the 2016 Neustadt International Prize for Literature include candidates from China, the UK, Canada, Sierra Leone, and more.
In a year that has had failed to produce a new superstar literary author, old standby Jonathan Franzen took the stage at BEA 2015 to fill the role.
German self-published author Annie Stone advises writers to focus on fan engagement and being a nice, approachable person, than straight forward marketing.