All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘book publishing’

Printed books are alive and doing well — Good Reader

Sounds a little scary. HOWEVER, printed books have gained!! The article presents some interesting stats... As a book designer that news makes me happy. The article states "... paperback sales have increased by 8.9% giving further credence that people are switching back to print in greater numbers than originally thought...." And that the brick and mortar might still be there for all to enjoy... might take awhile.... and they are doing better than online sales, and this on the heels of...

Association of American Publishers

The first sub-head is "Adult Books Experience Growth" ....  And then it goes into Trade info and stats for Educational Materials; Professional and Scholarly Publications. Might just seem like a bunch of numbers, but in the end, they are statistics and have meaning. About AAP The Association of American Publishers (AAP) is the voice of the U.S. book and journal publishing industry.  AAP represents the industry’s priorities on policy, legislative and regulatory issues...

Amazon had an Anniversary July 15th its been 20 years!!

I know... 20 years! Strange to think that in just that short amount of time all the changes that have happened. Good and Not so good on many levels. I know it changed the way I purchase, and do business. They hit many markets: bookselling, one-click-purchasing, amazon prime, kindle/ebook creation and sales, publishing with create space, drones and robots still in the works, trunk delivery, dash, and prime day this month. The article gives a short description of each as a reminder in...

NEWS: Chronicle Books and Tumblr team up for a Humor Book Search

Chronicle Books and Tumblr team up for a Humor Book Search, the Humor Book Search is on. Deadline Feb. 28, 2013 I sometimes post notices of awards or entry calls... hope this works out for some of you. Always good to be aware of what is out there in the way of helping move your book project forward, whether it's an award show after you publish or a call for synopsis ... promotion and pr makes a difference. # # #
error: Content is protected !!