Tag: blogging

News & Notes – 7/16/16

News & Notes – 7/16/16

NeilNews & Notes is a weekly Saturday post featuring book- and publishing-related news, links to interesting articles and opinion pieces, and other cool stuff Book News Carla Hayden approved as new Librarian of Congress (NPR) Barnes & Noble to Sell Self-Published Books in Stores. As in, actual print copies. There are… Read more »

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News & Notes – 4/30/16

News & Notes – 4/30/16

News & Notes is a weekly Saturday post featuring book- and publishing-related news, links to interesting articles and opinion pieces, and other cool stuff Book News The Hugo Awards finalists for 2016 have been announced. The Sad and Rabid Puppies managed to influence some of the categories pretty heavily, but… Read more »

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News & Notes – 1/09/16

News & Notes – 1/09/16

News & Notes is a weekly Saturday post featuring book- and publishing-related news, links to interesting articles and opinion pieces, and other cool stuff Book News 400 Years After His Death, Shakespeare’s First Folio Goes Out on Tour (NPR) ‘Mein Kampf’ Enters Public Domain; Arguably, Anne Frank’s Diary May, Too… Read more »

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Top Ten Blogging Confessions

Top Ten Blogging Confessions

  Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature/meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.  This week’s topic is Top Ten Blogging Confessions.   So these are the things I’ve been mostly keeping to myself… I love the people I’ve met and made friends with through blogging. Their enthusiasm and friendliness… Read more »

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Book Blogging Survey

Book Blogging Survey

Shannon at River City Reading and a few of her friends have created a Book Blogger Survey to find out what kind of posts bloggers do, what stresses they feel, what helps them keep going/avoid burnout, and how blogging has impacted their reading habits.  It doesn’t take long to fill… Read more »

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This Week’s Articles (5/27 – 6/02/2012)

This Week’s Articles (5/27 – 6/02/2012)

If you’re interested in books, ebooks, libraries, self-publishing, or even book blogs,there’s quite a lot to interest you this week:  The Nation has published a long, thoughtful piece on “The Amazon Effect” by Steve Wasserman.  A history of Amazon’s rise as well as an examination of its tactics and its… Read more »

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