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PRIVATE: The Bradley Manning Story by Denver Nicks

posted by on March 12, 2011

Denver Nicks’s PRIVATE: The Bradley Manning Story, the inside story, reported from behind the headlines, of the forgotten man at the center of the WikiLeaks saga; in a fall 2010 magazine piece, recent Columbia University Journalism graduate Denver Nicks gave the world its first in-depth look at the real Bradley Manning – in 2011, Nicks returns to tell the rest of the complicated story about the young American soldier who stands accused of the biggest leak of state secrets in American history, to Yuval Taylor at Chicago Review Press, for publication in Late 2011, by James Fitzgerald at James Fitzgerald Agency (World English).

Not Every Author Can Self Publish or Produce Something Worth Reading

posted by on December 28, 2010

The Los Angeles Times published an article (Future of Reading) that profiled a few authors who are successfully publishing their work themselves.

While this could be a better option for many authors, it all comes down to an author’s ability to produce something worth reading and their ability to connect with readers to generate sales. Many authors need guides through the writing, packaging and marketing of their book.

5 E-Book Trends That Will Change the Future of Publishing

posted by on December 28, 2010

While I am almost sick of eBook news, I suppose we must discuss to move forward and adapt. Mashable.com recently published “5 E-Book Trends That Will Change the Future of Publishing” and I am most interested in the first and last trends.

Yes, enhanced eBooks will become key but it will be challenging to create engaging enhanced eBooks with quality content. Also, how do we decide if it is indeed an eBook or an Application?

Authors will need a publisher with resources or talented freelancers to edit, create, and market their work. Online and in eBook marketplaces there will be even more competition and struggle to stand out and generate sales.

In 2011, we are launching multiple products to help an author or publisher create enhanced eBooks with engaging content, social functionality and ways to publicize individual books and authors online. Stay tuned for an exciting year…

Theo Gray Interviewed by Barnes & Noble Studio

posted by on December 21, 2010

Popular Science columnist Theodore Gray demonstrates one of the experiments included in his book, Theo Gray’s Mad Science: Experiments You Can Do At Home – But Probably Shouldn’t.

Is This the Future of the Book?

posted by on November 9, 2010

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