A book cover is an invitation — a way of seducing the reader. It beckons, inviting them to enter the world of your book and dance with your characters for awhile. It makes a promise about what kind of music they'll be dancing to. Your cover should convey the tone and...
Nothing strikes more fear in my being than numbers, writes Karen Fratti, a media and technology writer based in New York City. Especially big ones that need to be multiplied and divided and turned into percentages.
Ebyline, a platform that connects publishers and freelancers, has recently added a WordPress plug-in to their built in payment system. Allen Narcisse, co-founder and COO, explains how simple it is.
Random House has partnered with Pinterest to help readers connect with books through digital pinboards. Through the partnership, Random House is adding a Pinterest API to its website and will feature the social network's most current popular pins related to books on the...
For as long as any of us can remember, the term genre fiction has referred to work that fits neatly into a single prescribed category: science fiction, romance, mystery, fantasy, horror, historical, etc. But take a close look at any bookshelf today, and you might be surprised...
Since On Demand Books's introduction of an Espresso Book Machine at BookExpo America in 2007, general independent booksellers have been mesmerized by the possibilities of what was promoted as "an ATM for books," a machine that would allow them to keep every book available...
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