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Are You Ignoring The Signs In Your Life?

Judith Natelli McLaughlin | Posted 05.19.2013 | Fifty
Judith Natelli McLaughlin

Pay attention to the signs. Both the physical ones that keep you out of the motor vehicle line meant for folks who have seven forms of identification when you only have two, and the subtle ones that help you remember your loved ones, tell you to slow down or beg you to follow your dreams.

PayPal Takes Controversial Stance Against Sex

Andrew Shaffer | Posted 04.28.2012 | Home
Andrew Shaffer

On February 18, PayPal contacted Smashwords with an ultimatum: Remove the "edgy" erotica, or face deactivation of their PayPal account. Since PayPal is integrated into the Smashwords website, Smashwords had no choice but to comply.

'The Guardian' Enters eBook Business

paidContent | Laura Hazard Owen | Posted 10.05.2011 | Home

The Guardian is the latest news outlet to get into e-singles publishing with “Guardian Shorts,” a series of “detailed guides to topical news sto...

How Will Ebooks Change the Author Experience?

Jason Pinter | Posted 07.10.2011 | Home
Jason Pinter

In the end, the act of writing a book will not change. Yet as the publishing world changes, as do the ways in which readers digest books, many of the most meaningful moments in an author's career will be lost or different in a way to make them unrecognizable.

Talking with Keith Ogorek of Author Solutions

Jeff Rivera | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Jeff Rivera

Whereas self-publishing used to be a nasty little word in the book publishing industry even a few years ago, something has changed. Headlines in major...


Jeff Rivera | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Jeff Rivera

Bestselling author Seth Godin, made headlines when he told me exclusively in my interview for Mediabistro that he would no longer be publishing books ...

Eebs: A History of Future Publishing

Giles Slade | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Giles Slade

The Kindle is for the book-lover who might buy a first, a signed or a special edition. It is lingerie. It is a box of chocolates or a bottle of double-malt. Competition will drive it to adapt, and it will.