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Amazon.com announced that it would acquire Goodreads, a social networking site for readers. Publishers and readers reacted with a range of emotion from joy to anger.
Porter Anderson’s weekly curation of the best of the Web for authors covers Sunday’s Book^2 Camp, previews O’Reilly’s TOC, asks if self-pub the new slush pile, and much more.
Read the narrative that came out of Publishers Launch Frankfurt today, 140 characters at a time.
Fanfiction offers an alternative publishing model for community engagement, online interaction and the book business, argues Anna von Veh of NZ’s Say Books.
The theme of Publishing Perspectives’ inaugural children’s book conference is ‘What Makes a Children’s Book Great.’ Follow the event on Twitter at #PPKids.
A panel on social media at the London Book Fair tells publishers they can’t afford not be engaged on various social media platforms.
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?
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?
After analyzing 5,750,000 books on Goodreads, Otis Chandler shares his insights on the evolving nature of book discovery. The short version: once isn’t enough.