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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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Social media is big and it's not going anywhere. It’s a method of engagement and communication that works and potentially adds value to your product or business. In this article, ASJA member Juliette Fairley discusses the power of social media and why it is crucial...

source: Juliette Fairley & ASJA

My fourth visit to the American Society of Journalists and Authors Conference was to the 45th annual event last week in New York. I attended less than a handful of sessions because I got sick. Fortunately, ASJA sells audio recordings of ALL but one of the sessions. Non-members...

source: Tara Lynne Groth, ASJA

Editor's note:ASJA has a long history of supporting free speech. Our First Amendment Committee, on behalf of the Committee and ASJA's Board of Directors, speaks out against censorship and attempts to ban books and recognizes exceptional journalistic courage via its Conscience...

source: John Romano, Tampa Bay Times

From the moment you touch fingers to keyboard or pen to paper, you dream of this moment. Through the long months or years. The worry. The fear. The crushing self-doubt that makes your cursor hover over your project, knowing that all you have to do is hit "delete" and no...

source: Writer's Digest

News reporter — that's just about the worst job you can have, right? According to one career site, it ranks dead last, behind pest-control worker and logger. The pay is paltry, the opportunities few and the prospects for...

source: The Washington Post

It's hard to overstate the importance and effectiveness of email for book sales and marketing. Unfortunately, now that the secret is largely out about email, it's becoming the most increasingly abused sales tool. That's mainly because authors (and publishers, too) don't...

source: Publishers Weekly


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