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More people would read more books if they were shorter. Wouldn't you? More would pick up a 20-page book than a 500-page book, no? The thought of picking up a gigantic book hasn't crossed my mind since college — no matter how interesting it sounds. The majority of people...

source: By Mark MacDonald
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It’s Conference season! ASJA2015 is ramping up for April 30 – May 2 and once again it will be the deepest, broadest, most valuable conference a serious freelance writer can attend. But did you know there is a whole day JUST for ASJA members? Thursday, April 30,...

source: ASJA

As journalism is increasingly experimenting with innovative platforms and tools, some news media have started noticing the potential of computer games to tackle real-life issues in an engaging way. The New York Times and ProPublica are already designing digital games that...

source: Columbia Journalism Review

Self-publishing saw another successful year in 2014, with authors like Deborah Bladon and Jen McLaughlin hitting the New York Times bestseller lists, fanfic authors like Sophie Jackson receiving six-figure advances, and many millions of titles being published across the...

source: Publishers Weekly

David Kudler, an expert provider of publishing services and a consultant to independent and self-publishers, writes: Here's a question I've been asked a number of times: What's the average income from self-publishing a book? My answer isn't necessarily a terribly helpful...

source: The Huffington Post

Amazon has unveiled a division of its self-publishing business dedicated to building out digital textbooks. The platform is called KDP EDU, and falls under the Kindle Direct Publishing business. It gives educators the tools to design digital textbooks with rich media content...

source: GalleyCat

There are many elements writers need to pay close attention to when creating a fictional world. There’s setting, plot, pacing, voice, imagery and so on. Everything is important, everything counts. That said, one of my favorite places to focus my writing attention is...

source: Writer's Digest

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