First released in hardcover in July 2014, this story of a kidnapping gone wrong made its first appearance on the New York Times bestseller list a full year after its initial release.
2015 saw considerable changes and reorganization in the ebook subscription market. Here’s where we’ve been and where the market may be headed.
With about half the developed nations ranking ahead of it, the U.S. isn’t where it needs to be in terms of broadband access.
We scanned all of the 2015 year-end articles and 2016 predictions so you don’t have to. Here’s what authors need to know about the best of the pundit speculation.
Consulting firm McKinsey & Company predicts that global spending on media as a whole will rise 5 percent every year for the next five years.
The Hot Sheet Index reviewed the number of ebooks statistics relative to BookBub discount deals and library circulation.
Penguin has merged its Berkley imprint into the unified Putnam and Dutton group. For now, the imprints will remain distinct, but have more integrated editorial and production departments. Publishers Weekly reports, “On its surface the changes look as though Penguin Random House is trying to cut back its number of mass market titles, which have lost much of their market … Read more
Since 2013, AS has been battling class action lawsuits over claims of fraudulent business practices, which were finally dismissed late last year.
The Authors Guild has pulled off a surprise for the new year, launching a letter on Jan. 5 to publishers’ associations.