Same old excuses

As I wandered through the interwebs, looking for something to blog about this morning, I found myself checking the calendar. Had I somehow fallen through a time hole and gone back a year or two? There was an article about the Apple price fixing trial. Closer examination showed it was actually about a brief filed by... Continue Reading →

And the winner is . . .

by Amanda S. Green That's the answer to the question everyone is asking right now.  The question, of course, is who wins in the e-book revolution. This post sort of piggy-backs onto Sarah's post from yesterday, but it is also inspired by a thread on the Amazon kindle boards I read yesterday.  Simply put, the... Continue Reading →

So what happens now?

Unless you've been living under a rock or deep within a cave the last week or so, you've heard over and over again about the final demise of Borders Books.  Everyone seems to have their own opinion on what caused the once powerful bookseller to go under.  Fingers are pointed at the downturn in the... Continue Reading →

Harry Potter, Borders, Agents and More

by Amanda S. Green The last couple of weeks in the publishing industry have been interesting.  Of course, "interesting" can mean a number of different things -- and does -- whenever applied to publishing. The REALLY BIG NEWS, at least in that it answered what had become one of the most asked questions the last... Continue Reading →

Borders and Agents and Publishers, Oh My!

Posted by Amanda S. Green There's been a lot of news flying around the publishing world over the last few weeks.  After a short bit of non-Borders news, it's back just like that bad penny.  Publishers doing end runs around agents who suddenly want to be publishers and agent associations considering removing language that limits... Continue Reading →

Sunday Morning Musings

by Amanda S. Green It's Memorial Day weekend here in the States. This is the traditional beginning of summer and, most importantly, a time when we remember those men and women who have given their lives in the service of the country.  So, let me take a moment to thank them - and their families... Continue Reading →

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