We’re surrounded by products, day in and day out. The world is full of things to buy – not all of which are books. Personally, I’m a sucker for high-end… Read more »
The Guardian has published yet another article prophesying the demise of ebooks: …Now the official Publishers’ Association confirms the trend. Last year digital content sales fell last year from £563m to £554m. After… Read more »
This month, I have got no writing done whatsoever. This is because I’ve been copyediting someone else’s book. Well, copyediting sounds a bit posh; what I was actually doing was… Read more »
Just lately, I’ve been thinking about gay romances. I read them. I also read heterosexual romances. The reason I read the romances I do, and the reason I like reading… Read more »
I came across the “We Need Diverse Books” campaign recently. Two thoughts sprang to mind: I really hate this use of the word “diverse”. Hate it hate it hate it. This is… Read more »
I subscribe to the Writer’s Digest free emails (I don’t actually pay for stuff – how much money do you think I have?). Sometimes, I read it and think “What,… Read more »
This is what Cristian Mihai (author) says about authors and social media. I think he’s absolutely spot-on.
The European Commission (and the Department of Justice over in the US) has been investigating ebook price fixing by Apple, Hachette, Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins and Macmillan. You remember that… Read more »