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It used to be that to get a book published, authors had to write it, find an agent, and hope to interest a publisher. Even with vanity publishing, they generally had to pay a hefty sum and wait for a while to receive their boxes of print books. With e-books, however, publishing...

source: TechNewsWorld

OK, the headline is a maybe over the top, but the sentiment isn't. Why does a mainstream media TV news organization want a cut of a non-profit digital site's Pulitzer? The non-profit digital news site Center for Public Integrity...

source: 10,000 Words

A mashup novel is when you get two or more different literary genres and mix them up for a fresh, entertaining story. Seth Grahame-Smith pioneered the style with novels like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and the wildly popular Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter which was...

source: Writer's Digest

Why do they Google you before reading your writing sample? The same reason any prospective employer Googles you. Most people prefer to work with level-headed, rational human beings who are not prone to drunk-posting, dissing their co-workers, or dancing naked with tighty-whiteys...

source: Anne R. Allen's Blog

The book publishing industry is going through a huge transition. It’s easier than ever to get a book out into the world. All the resources you need to publish a book are available you. You no longer need to go through the traditional gatekeepers (publishers) to publish...

source: PBS

When a writer wants to break into a new market or squeeze another article into the work schedule, what...

source: By Tara Lynne Groth


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