1.John Berger, art critic and author, dies aged 90 2.AllRomance.com’s sudden closure hits authors hard 3.Scribd Removes Thousands of Digital Comics From Their Ecosystem 4.Shappi Khorsandi withdraws book from Jhalak prize longlist 5.How BBC News is experimenting with Instagram … Continue reading →
1.Scribd Puts Another Nail in the Coffin of “Netflix for Books” 2. Nook pulls out of the UK 3.Beatrix Potter money-spinner 4.Simon & Schuster provides a different take 5.Beatles should have been Poets Laureate?
As a child it was my ambition to visit an “Eat as much as you can”-restaurant. It sounded like an offer that would suit my particular skill set extremely well. When I, finally, had the opportunity to go and fill … Continue reading →
1. Almost a third of published authors make less than $500 a year from their writing, according to a new survey. 2. E-book subscription site Oyster has partnered with Pottermore to make all 10 … Continue reading →
1. Clive Barker’s long-anticipated novel The Scarlet Gospels will be published this May. 2. The French Publishers Association paid tribute to Charlie Hebdo staff. 3. Facebook founder … Continue reading →
1. Scholastic is reissuing 21 titles of R.L Stine’s Goosebumps on the occasion of the release of the first Goosebumps movie in August 2015. Goosebumps is the second-bestselling series of all time globally. 2. Kobo has signed a deal with Marvel … Continue reading →
1. The storyline of Captain America 3 will be based on Marvel Civil War, which sees Captain America and Iron Man pitted against each other in the wake of the US government passing a Superhero Registration Act. 2. Warner … Continue reading →