Vol. 19 - Issue 13
Awards are based on unit sales and member ratings over the past year
Vol. 23 - Issue 8
Book Lovers Invited to the National Mall on Saturday, Sept. 24 -
Vol. 35 - Issue 8
Nashville Session Player Provides a Front Row Seat to Music History
Vol. 36 - Issue 1
Ten Writing Tips Curated from Epic Arguments
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Vol. 34 - Issue 2
Contest Celebrates 20 Years of Awarding and Recognizing Indie Books
Vol. 25 - Issue 2
Vol. 19 - Issue 10
Publishers inspire those overwhelmed by disease and loss with books that demonstrate the strength of caregivers' unconditional love.
Vol. 18 - Issue 6
"Write Your Own Ticket to Online Success"is the title of the twenty part series by M.J. Rose on how authors can get noticed online.
Vol. 29 - Issue 4
Greenleaf Book Group and their Model of Collaboration
Vol. 23 - Issue 4
A conversation with Steve Leveen
Vol. 24 - Issue 3
Marketing Genre Fiction takes Author On the Road - Literally
Vol. 19 - Issue 7
New $39.95 pdfFactory enables companies to greatly expand PDF document writing capabilities for a fraction of the cost of Adobe Acrobat
Vol. 22 - Issue 6
Vol. 21 - Issue 3
New Aspect of Small Press Month Celebration
Vol. 32 - Issue 1
Shining a Light on Exemplary Christian Books
Vol. 30 - Issue 1
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Vol. 35 - Issue 4
An IPPY Winner Shares Her Strategy
Vol. 19 - Issue 7
Katherine Boyle, Andrea Brown, Nancy Ellis, Linda T. Mead, and Rob Preskill come together to rethink the needs of authors and publishers.
Vol. 36 - Issue 6
Debut Novelist Makes Her Case
Vol. 24 - Issue 11
An interview with Sheree Bykofsky, co-author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide® to Getting Published
Vol. 19 - Issue 5
A sweet, sticky wave of new entries to the field has some critics warning of exploitation and junk food abuse. We get the scoop from innovators of the trend, Charlesbridge Publishing.
Vol. 18 - Issue 2
This month: A Grand Obsession -Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was surrounded by them when she died. Captain Picard indulges in them in private. Oprah has gotten millions hooked on them.
Vol. 18 - Issue 3
A monthly column that has absolutely nothing to do with the business of publishing, and everything to do with why most of us are involved in it. This month's column looks at the difficulty of having t...