We can’t know whether Justice might see a viable case here, but what’s obvious is the deepening rift between the traditional and self-publishing sectors.
According to Mike Shatzkin, the Big Five will become increasingly focused on publishing in multiple languages and countries, rather than selling subrights.
An introduction to the owner of Colborne Communications.
Reactions to new research from Nielsen indicating that the future of digital reading may be on phones, not tablets or e-reading devices.
We examine Goodreads case studies to see whether the site merely reflects the marketplace or has power to influence a book’s success.
Think of Manuscript Wishlist as a reverse pitch: agents and editors are pitching you, telling authors what they’re looking for using the hashtag #MSWL.
Insights from the author of a self-published global sensation.
Is reading going mobile? If so, it’s useful to know who’s earning money from mobile advertising. Source:
A snapshot of current industry data.
As early efforts to enable and capitalize on self-publishing evolve, some services fall by the wayside: in this case, Pubslush and HarperCollins Authonomy.