Should Authors Pay for Book Reviews? examines the recent news about the review-writing service run by Todd Rutherford, and reports in the New York Times, PW and Salon.com
Fact and Fiction on the Copyright Page, where big conglomerate publishers have been known to deceive intentionally to try to deter others from their books
There are more and more reasons for authors to consider blogging and the many advantages it might give to their writing career.
Amid all the discussion about self-publishing we can forget that each decision to publish is a specific, unique, and very personal calculation. Hey, there are as many “reasons” to publish a book as there are people to publish them, but some authors are ideally placed to make use of the self-publishing tools available these days. […]
Searching for old files, the author comes across the raw material for a new book drawn from lectures almost-forgotten and stored in his garage.