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NNFN - Mad About Mega Beasts

The line between fiction and non-fiction is thin and often blurry. Many non-fiction books use a narrative or other elements of fiction writing to get their information across. 175 more words

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Prize Catch: The world’s most powerful teenager just won the world’s biggest prize. Here’s why an ex-techie from Bangalore is kicked about it.

With looks like hagrid the gamekeeper from Potterverse, 31-year-old D.N. Guruprasad is of a piece with the heaving shelves at Aakruti Books in Bangalore’s Rajajinagar area. 848 more words


Book Review: Reunion by Hannah Pittard

What defines chick-lit? Or as people in the biz like to call it, “contemporary women’s fiction”-what does that even mean? I just finished reading… 515 more words

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Apple $450 million e-book settlement gets final court approval

(REUTERS) – A U.S. judge on Friday gave final approval to Apple Inc’s agreement to pay $450 million to resolve claims it harmed consumers by conspiring with five publishers to raise e-book prices. 332 more words


Author Solutions Steps Up Global Expansion, Penguin Random House Integration

Penguin Random House is speeding up the international expansion of its vanity press operations, while also seeking to integrate them more closely with the traditional side of the business – hoping to counteract flat growth for Author Solutions at a time when self-publishing is booming. 1,820 more words

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'There is much heated debate about Amazon’s disruption of bookselling and publishing. What is spoken about a lot less is how Amazon (through KDP and CreateSpace) has disrupted the scammy vanity press industry...'