New England is home not only to some of the oldest and largest university presses in the U.S. but to one of the most unique ones—University Press of New England, which represents a consortium of four colleges and universities.
After months of uncertainty, efforts by former authors of MacAdam Cage, the now-defunct San Francisco independent publishing house, to retrieve the print rights to their books appear close to a resolution.
When Avon dropped romance writer Christina Skye’s early paranormal haunted-house series Draycott Abbey in 1999 after seven books and two novellas, she turned to the only men she could for consolation—the Navy SEALs.
Embrace the Tech Authors Need to Succeed by Jason Matthews explores the functions and technologies writers can use in the creation of their ebooks including enhanced ebooks, interactivity, book clubs, multiple authors and events calendars. […]
e-Book Cover Design Awards, March 2014 including Damonza, Mauricio Diaz, Danielle Maait, James T. Egan, Pintado, Ares June, Risa Rodil and many more […]
Author Planet, Jody Rein News
Jody Rein will be attending the James River Writers’ twelfth annual conference, Saturday and Sunday, October 18 & 19, 2014. She will present classes and workshops on crafting book proposals, finding an agent, determining whether to self-publish or publish traditionally. Join us there; it's a wonderful conference.
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